Two-thirds of 600 small practitioners favour an increase in the audit threshold to as much as £4.2m - which would bring the UK into line with European countries - according to a survey by the Small Practitioners Association of the English ICA. The findings suggest that small practitioners, who would be most directly affected by a rise in the current threshold from its £350,000 level, support a threshold increase of far more than the £1m which the government is currently tipped to favour.
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