BusinessPeople In BusinessHow bad is the crisis?

How bad is the crisis?

We hear of the crisis accountancy is in all the time these days. From Enron to Equitable Life, Gazprom to Xerox, every day seems to bring more bad news for the profession.

Many senior figures acknowledge that today the profession faces as big a crisis as it has ever confronted. But what do the accountants who are dealing with clients – internal or external – feel about accountancy in 2002?

This week we are launching an attempt to find out. The Accountancy Age/Robert Half Salary Survey will gauge remuneration in the profession but it will do much more than that.

What do accountants feel about their career prospects post-Enron? And which country do they expect to win this summer’s World Cup?

Take part by filling in the questionnaire on page nine. As well as giving yourself the chance to win a fabulous prize, given the current climate, you will contributing to one of the most important surveys ever undertaken of accountants.

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