DWF half year turnover swells by 57.5 per cent to £93.6m

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  • You've got to give 'em it!

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  • The leading firm in Newcastle.

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  • Turnover up...but what of profits? This firm had net profits of 11% last year. Anyone can add turnover to a business. Hardly grounds to congratulate them! Let's see how profitable their LLP accounts show them to be, and how much extra debt they're carrying. I don't want to be a sour puss but I get frustrated by the lack of business acumen shown by some posters on here!!!

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  • When any business expands at the rate DWF have, profit margins are bound to be tighter than you'd normally expect. Duplication of overheads for a start (and the cost of addressing at). If they have any increase above 11% that would be a positive result and show they are a well managed business on the right path.

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