Management accounting salaries grew nearly 7 percent last year, according to an annual survey by the Institute of Management Accountants of its members.

The average salary of IMA members responding to the 2007 survey was $101,805, the first time the survey showed the average salary exceeding $100,000. Seventy-four percent of the 1,656 respondents reported receiving salary increases, averaging $6,130 in 2007, a 4.4 percent jump from 2006. Salary increases ranged from approximately $500 to $80,000, with a median of $4,000 and a mode of $5,000.

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