September 21, 2021

RSM US Revenue Topped $2 Billion in FY 2018

For those of you who keep close tabs on this stuff for some reason: The fifth-largest accounting firm in the United States in 2017 remains the fifth-largest accounting firm in the U.S. in 2018, as RSM US posted revenue of $2.14 billion for the fiscal year that ended April 30.

RSM US’s 2018 revenue is up 8.1% from $1.98 billion in FY 2017 and up 16% from FY 2016’s $1.85 billion.

This puts RSM US behind the Big 4 and ahead of Grant Thornton ($1.8 billion) and BDO USA ($1.47 billion) in terms of total revenue.

Audit services accounted for 37% of RSM US’s revenue, tax services 36%, and consulting services 26%.

Headcount increased from 8,761 FTE employees in 2017 to 8,845 in 2018.

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