The IIA’s 2013 Annual Compensation Study
Internal Audit Professionals Compensated Favorably Based on Value Delivered
The IIA’s Audit Executive Center has released the 2013 Compensation Study Report with some key findings:
- Among the organizations surveyed, 16 percent granted salary increases of 4 percent or more to their internal auditors in 2013, compared to 9 percent that granted increases of this magnitude to non-audit employees.
- Internal auditors with master’s degrees earned an average of 15% more than those with bachelor’s degrees.
- In 2013, the median income of noncertified internal auditors was $29,000 less than that of internal auditors holding a professional designation.
Download a complimentary copy of the Executive Summary that summarizes the key findings from The IIA’s 2013 Compensation Study. A detailed report, including exclusive data such as salary by geographic region, organization size, and other demographics, is available for purchase from The IIA Research Foundation Bookstore.
About the Compensation Study
The IIA’s Compensation Study is an annual comprehensive analysis of the compensation of internal audit professionals and published annually by The IIA’s Audit Executive Center. Referenced by internal audit leaders and practitioners, human resources departments, and audit committees, the Study provides internal audit salary and pay practices of hundreds of organizations across industries in the United States and Canada. To assure the validity and credibility of the Study, it was performed in partnership with a leading human resources and total rewards system consulting firm.
How to Order the Report
The report is available through The IIA Research Foundation Bookstore with the following options:
- Participants of both parts of the 2013 survey, including an online survey and detailed spreadsheet, are able to purchase the full report for US $149 (up to 62% off the nonparticipant rate).
- Audit Executive Center members who participated in the study will receive a complimentary report as a benefit of their membership.
- Nonparticipants can purchase the report for US$298.00 (IIA member) or US $398.00 (non-member)
If you have further questions regarding the 2013 Compensation Study, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.