Top 100 Firms Post Double-Digit Growth for Three Years Running


The big keep getting bigger, according to CCH’s most recent survey of the top 100 highest-revenue accounting firms.

According to the Public Accounting Report for 2008, the top 100 firms showed an average growth rate of 11.4%, up from 10.7% in 2007. This year’s list actually includes 102 firms, as three tied for the last spot in the rankings.

The report shows no change in the top 10 firms from the previous year. They are:

1. Deloitte

2. Pricewaterhouse Coopers

3. Ernst & Young

4. KPMG

5. RSM McGladrey

6. Grant Thornton

7. BDO Seidmanv

8. CBIZ/Mayer Hoffman McCann

9. Crowe Groupv

10. BKD


Source: CCH Public Accounting Report 2008, www.cch.com.

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