Companies are paying more than ever for their audits, as the Financial
Director ninth Audit Fees survey shows. A 15% year-on-year rise in audit
fees mean that audit earnings from the FTE-100 for the Big Four accountancy
firms reached £326m.
But the full research, which was possible thanks to data provided by ICC
Information, reveals much more about trends in the UK audit sector.
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Analysis: Less is more for auditors, survey
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