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Crucial Things You Should Know About ACCA
Crucial Things You Should Know About ACCA

ACCA certification is recognized worldwide in both the government and private sector companies. The degree of finance and accountancy can assist you to get jobs in the accounting, finance and other divisions. However, an ACCA certificate can enhance your chances of appointment in the reputed business firms. You should know the fee structure and eligibility of the ACCA course before choosing it.

1 month ago
Complete Guide for ACCA Course
Complete Guide for ACCA Course

ACCA course plays a pivotal role in the life of accountants. The ACCA course is a recognized degree throughout the world. The professional accounts can get profitable working opportunities if they do the ACCA course. You should know about the ACCA course before taking this course.

1 month ago
Main Reasons to Study for the ACCA Qualification
Main Reasons to Study for the ACCA Qualification

People who aim to pursue a career in accountancy, auditing, etc must get the ACCA qualification. Association of Chartered Certified Accountants qualification has superb career prospects.

1 month ago
5 Important Reasons to Choose ACCA Course?
5 Important Reasons to Choose ACCA Course?

The students, who aspire to be accounting professionals in the future, they must select the ACCA course right now. If you want to be a successful accounting professional, you should have a degree in ACCA. The employers would be impressed to give you a job if you would do the ACCA course. You do not have to leave your job to do the course as an online mode of education is available. Just before you select the ACCA course, you should know the 5 reasons for which you should do the course.

1 month ago
Big Leap, National Education Policy 2020
Big Leap, National Education Policy 2020

Sandeep Pawar, Chief Mentor and Vice President, Zell Education Private Limited. Shared his perspective and said, National Education Policy is a big leap for India and it completely changes the paradigm of Indian education for all stake holders.

4 days ago
ACCA vs CFA
ACCA vs CFA

The major mistake I’ve seen candidates make here is that they assume that the choice of ACCA vs CFA is the one they are making. That is completely incorrect! The choice is primarily of whether they want to understand finance, accounting and business (ACCA) or specialise in finance (CFA). And unfortunately, most choices are made based on either which COURSE they’ve heard is better, or what most friends are doing.

1 month ago
All About CFA
All About CFA

Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) is the #1 finance course for Investment Management in the world! It is a globally recognized qualification offered by the CFA Institute based out of the USA. CFA includes three levels of exams (Level 1, 2 & 3). Level 1 is conducted every June and December, and Levels 2 and 3 are conducted every June.

1 month ago
All About Diploma in IFRS by ACCA
All About Diploma in IFRS by ACCA

India, having adopted Ind-AS and IFRS, has made it imperative for all Chartered Accountants and other Finance professionals to ensure they are well-versed with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). The #1 qualification in the world is the Diploma in IFRS by ACCA (DipIFRS). In India, it is the most sought after IFRS course.

1 month ago
All About ACCA
All About ACCA

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is the largest accounting professional qualification in the world, with over 200,000 members and 600,000 students across 180+ countries. In India, ACCA is considered equivalent to CA and hired at the same salary in most companies such as PwC, KPMG, Deloitte, EY, Grant Thornton, BDO, etc.

7 months ago
CA vs ACCA
CA vs ACCA

The most common question asked at the time of choosing the qualification is, ‘Should i pursue CA or ACCA? What is the difference between ACCA and CA? Is ACCA better than CA? Is ACCA more difficult than CA?’ All the differences are mentioned below as a summary, with the details of the differences mentioned further

1 month ago