Dear Swati, Thanks for writing to us your query! Very good question. Well, future course after CA depends on you career goal. You can work as an independent consultant or full time employee with consultancy firm or corporates or in academia. Also, you need to determine area of work: accounting, taxation, costing, and corporate law Based on your interest, you can do Cost Management Accountant (CMA), Certified Information System Auditor (CISA), Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), IFRS, MBA and also do PhD without doing any masters course.  If you are interested in academics or research, you

Hello there! Hearty Congratulations for completing your Chartered Accountancy course. Glad that you are also working in a PSU. I liked your query very much since I appreciate your willing ness to further continue your education while doing your job. I have been an Educationist and have been counselling students from the commerce / management fiedl for more tha 7 years now and have been teaching and writing for many years now. To add value to your resume and to supplement your CA qualification there are many options available. Full time courses, part time courses, distance learni

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No course is Hard in this world, it all depends on our will & determination.Well if you talk about CA. it is known to be a toughest course amonst all accounting institutes in India.Reasons - why it is regarded as toughest:1) This course actually make a person an expert in almost every field of finance & commerce, such:> Accounts> Financial Mgt> Auditing> Cost Mgt> Company Law> Other Allied laws> Direct Tax> Indirect Tax> Other subjects2) It is course where you have to do lot of self study. You need to study on daily basis to be an expert in the field.3) Durin

2 answers Mayank Chopra in Private Equity / Venture Capital category

Hello My Dear Career Aspirant,I am glad to know that you are thinking of upgrading your self and make your self equipped in terms of knowledge and qualifications to tackle the industry work challenges. Good to know that you are already doing your articleship and already near to the industry practices.I am glad that you decided to approach CareerGuide.com for seeking guidance and advice on your career query. I am sure that the experts here will be able to guide you appropriately.Other course along side Chartered Accountancy course and articleship:I suppose that you are still to complete your Ch

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Dear Aspirant, As already mentioned by other experts about the eligibility criteria, I would like to make you aware that in the industry today, just being eligible by qualification is not enough, but you should have the employability aspects in you to get a good job. Qualification is just a ticket to take you to the interview desk, but how and what you perform on the interview desk, is much more important. So CA qualification will not just get you a good job, but skills of a Chartered Accountant will. so dont be behind getting just qualified, become employable. Best wishes!

4 answers Rohit Dubey in Private Equity / Venture Capital category

The best thing about being an Actuary is that there is no routine work for you. However there are quite a few things that they often do. These are mentioned below:Working on spreadsheets to complete the review and analysis process.Determining the right prices and assisting team members in pricing the new products.Writing reports for the clients.Data management and working on the calculations to provide the detailed reports.Meetings with the management and clients.You can watch the video below to get more idea about the typical day of an Actuary:The work will often keep you busy but then it pay

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Hello Gurpreet. Yes of course pursuing CA is one option.   Other than this, if you are really interested in Math as such, you could opt for Actuaries study. They are the ones who use statistic tools in terms of setting insurance policy. To study Actuaries, a student needs minimum 90% in Math in 12th class. / Other than this, you could opt for a BCA course, whereby programming is something related to Math. Or a B.Sc in Math honors or Statistics honors.   Choice is yours.   Wish you good luck...

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Hello Prasam,  It all would depend on.where you wish to work in the future, India or abroad. If its India, then knowing the international standards of accounting and reporting would hardly be useful. In this regards I would suggest pursuing CA or ICWAI. Rest if you wish to still study ACCA then its your choice. Wish you good luck...

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When it’s a question of saving our hard earned money, there are basically two types of options to keep it safe. Firstly, put it under your mattress and secondly, keep in your bank and opt for schemes which ensure a good return. Obviously, whenever you meet a financial advisor he will make sure that you should meet your financial goals both short and long term. His advice will definitely discourage you to put money under the mattress. A financial advisor will provide investment, insurance, and retirement plans to clients but before that, it’s essential to have a skilled network. Res

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Being a financial advisor in India is like attaining the highest strata of a career ladder for an aspirant. It’s truly lucrative in terms of salary and perks. The advantage of being a financial planner is that you might work with a company as well as start you own business as a consultant. Basically, there is no retirement in this field. After successful completion of the financial planner course, you can become a financial analyst. Aspirants who are from the profession like chartered accountant, cost accountant, company secretary and MBA (finance) can opt to be a financial advisor. Sala

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1. You can appear for entrance exams to NID, or any other design institute.  2. A degree in Fine Arts will take full 4 years, if that is what you want to explore. 3. You may explore options in Applied Arts, and do the Diploma courses, if something catches your fancy. Details available on the following website

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Are you aspiring to be a financial advisor? Perhaps you have chosen the best track of career which and it’s going to be hugely rewarding. To be a financial advisor your job will be to make a financial plan for your clients thereby guiding them how to earn maximum out of investing a considerable amount of money. A professional having a fair idea of all subjects in finance will be the best person to advice. But your role does not end over here because you will be called for execution if the same or might be asked to give advice if everything does not go well. What is the work of a financia

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Financial advising being a comparatively new field in India, the demand -supply curve is not appropriate. Supply is being lesser than demand. Forecast says that there will be a huge requirement of professionals in the near future. Unlike any other profession like medical or engineering, a certified financial planner is supposed to have a concrete knowledge in both personal and corporate financial aspects. Aspirants from various fields might be recognized as financial advisors like- chartered accountants, MBA (finance), fund managers and company secretaries. Suggesting on tax savings and other

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Hello Rohit,  One of the oldest profession and still students flock towards this course without giving up despite many attempts. Does the above statement answer your question?. CA is one of the most prestigious and sort out profession.in the field of accounting. It would be injustice to just say accounting, as a CA deals with taxation, budgeting and financial planning apart from the main work being accounting. Without a CA checking the financial documents a company would not be eligible to file their tax returns or carry with their financial planning. Thus a CA may initially start working

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