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    What is the next higher level to go in CA?

    I have completed my Chartered Accountancy course. I am now a certified consultant and can have rights to start my own consultancy services. I want to go the next higher level of CA. How many years experience should I have to go for next level? Do I need to give one more exam? Is it as much difficult as for the final exam of CA? Please give me some idea about this.

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    bonomali Array
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    Re: What is the next higher level to go in CA?

    Hello Friend,

    I don't get your point. You have completed your CA exam and now eligible to either work in the corporate sector or start your own CA firm. There is no such term as Higher level in CA. After years of experience you can witness a significance rise in salary (if you work in industry) or gain a much admiration if you start your firm. After CA if your are interested then you can certainly sit for ICWA and CS as there is great degree of similarity. You can also pursue CFA from USA. These are the professional options in your hand and based on your preference and ability you can do any one of that. These can give you significance mileage in the long run.

    So, you should decide whether you would like to gather gather some experience in the acounting field or interested to pursue other professional course. Decide carefully and start a great career.

    Bye,


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