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    Can anyone give a figure or approximation?
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    bout three fifty
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    they're on dat dere ceo 10k/day
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    (Original post by richpanda)
    they're on dat dere ceo 10k/day
    I doubt that much. Im guessing around half a million.
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    680k from this

    https://www.theguardian.com/business...s.executivepay

    300k to 3 million from this

    http://big4bound.com/how-much-do-partners-really-make/
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    marry me
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    Substantially less than the ones at KPMG, I'd assume.
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Substantially less than the ones at KPMG, I'd assume.
    You remind me of Ignatius from A Confederacy of Dunces

    (from your post history)
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    It shocks me how CEO's earn less than top football players.
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    (Original post by ZuluK)
    marry me
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRCsZ5a3aCM
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    (Original post by Gora The Xplorer)
    It shocks me how CEO's earn less than top football players.
    They arguably do more, some players dont even make an appearance on a game and still earn tons of money....
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    im at work and it says access denied
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    (Original post by ZuluK)
    im at work and it says access denied
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    that may because of the content on the vid
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
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    that may because of the content on the vid
    :shock:

    are you corrupting my innocent mind?
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    senior partners, probably about £500k py as someone said but it depends on their location.
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    (Original post by ZuluK)
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    are you corrupting my innocent mind?
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    1) you just asked me to marry you so you know logically where this goes next....
    2) your mind is far from innocent, youre about as likely to be innocent as we are likely to still be in the EU :holmes:
    3) hows work?
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    1) you just asked me to marry you so you know logically where this goes next....
    2) your mind is far from innocent, youre about as likely to be innocent as we are likely to still be in the EU :holmes:
    3) hows work?
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    1) where does it go next? im so innocent i dont khnow :angel:
    2) im so innocent, i make mother teresa look like a sinner
    3) work is long! finish at 8 and no reception on my phone!
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    I have some direct anecdotal info.

    New partners start on about £200k, then as they pay off the partnership loan the amount increases incrementally a year until about £400-500k. Fully fledged partners will range from £500k-1m+, with senior partners ranging from £750k to close to mid 7 figures (reserved more for practice and region heads).

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