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Audit fees paid by the UK’s largest charities have increased by £10.2m in four years, reaching £72.3m in 2017/18, with audit firm Crowe ranked number one auditor in terms of fee income.
Only 33% of the top 5,000 charities experienced an increase in fees, while 44% saw no change and 19% saw a decrease. The remainder did not disclose a fee or had only reported for one year.
Read more at the Accountancy Daily.