IT’S THAT TIME of year again and we’re updating the Accountancy Age Top 50+50 survey, supported by Wolters Kluwer – the most comprehensive league table for the UK’s accountancy firms.
In 2014, the 100 largest firms continued slow growth as the economy improved following the recession. This year, sentiment has improved, and the new table will be a chance to see whether performance has matched up.
We have begun taking entries for this year’s table, so if you have yet to receive your invitation or would like your firm to participate, contact Top 50+50 editor Calum Fuller at email@example.com or Accountancy Age editor Kevin Reed at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can see the 2014 table here.
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