What's your ACCA story? What are you doing now and what is your salary?

Updated on : December 8, 2021 by Brooke Rojas



What's your ACCA story? What are you doing now and what is your salary?

So here it begins:

I took trade in eleventh grade and had a knack for accounting. I was the leader of my school in the councils of class 12 and at the same time I claimed the award for best of the subject for accounting and business studies (95 points in both subjects). The Trade Teachers Association congratulated me for ranking 66th in all of Delhi. I also got a 70k scholarship to sponsor my graduation and masters degree, which I did not fully take advantage of.

Moving towards my graduation, I did B.Com (Hons) from a university on the north campus of the University of Delhi. During my senior year, I started taking this course called Actuarial Science. Basically

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So here it begins:

I took trade in eleventh grade and had a knack for accounting. I was the leader of my school in the councils of class 12 and at the same time I claimed the award for best of the subject for accounting and business studies (95 points in both subjects). The Trade Teachers Association congratulated me for ranking 66th in all of Delhi. I also got a 70k scholarship to sponsor my graduation and masters degree, which I did not fully take advantage of.

Moving towards my graduation, I did B.Com (Hons) from a university on the north campus of the University of Delhi. During my senior year, I started taking this course called Actuarial Science. Basically, I was under pressure to choose any professional course and I ended up choosing this one.

3 months after my graduation, I entered one of the big 4 firms in their audit profile in an entry level position. That year, the firm had launched ACCA as a course and was less interested in it, since at that time he was already taking Actuarials.

Fast forward 3 years, I continued my audit work and was doing very well (the year-end grade and awards may justify it). He had also completed 5 Actuarial jobs and was desperately looking for a job in that field with no luck.

Finally, after 3.5 years at the firm I realized that I like what I am doing and I need to pursue a career in auditing. This was the moment I started doing ACCA in 2015.

Since I had spent a lot of time studying before, I wanted to do something that didn't require a lot of commitment. Therefore, I planned my ACCA in a way that I completed it in 1 year. I took the first series of exams in June 2015 and the last one in June 2016. I had to pass only 10 exams as 4 were exempt for my basic graduation.

I was lucky enough to pass all the exams at once and also earned a rank in two subjects. I was ranked 1st in all of India in F7 (Financial Reporting) and F8 (Audit and Assurance) and ranked 6th and 8th respectively worldwide.

My company took care of my PER requirement as the Big 4 are Platinum Listed Employers with ACCA.

I started working in September 2011 as an Analyst with 2.2lpa and I am currently a Manager in the same firm with 10x of my first salary. I haven't changed jobs because I can't find any reason to do so considering that I'm getting everything I need in terms of money, work-life balance, and growth.

In the meantime, in 2018, I was also on-site for 3 months on an audit assignment. We also have a process to make permanent transfers to other member firms outside of India once you qualify. I was not interested in moving and therefore did not choose to do so.

So yaa, that's it. I hope that helps!!

Nothing fancy about my ACCA story. I have been in the banking industry for 15 years. I had turned 10 when my boss was cleaning his cabinet and by chance I came across a brochure advertising the ACCA course. He asked me if I would be interested as it would be a good title, especially in the absence of any professional title.

I had been toying with a similar idea in my mind since joining my current organization, where I got the weekends off and therefore had plenty of time to spare. So when this came my way, I grabbed it with both hands. A week or a month aft

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Nothing fancy about my ACCA story. I have been in the banking industry for 15 years. I had turned 10 when my boss was cleaning his cabinet and by chance I came across a brochure advertising the ACCA course. He asked me if I would be interested as it would be a good title, especially in the absence of any professional title.

I had been toying with a similar idea in my mind since joining my current organization, where I got the weekends off and therefore had plenty of time to spare. So when this came my way, I grabbed it with both hands. A week or a month after I got my hands on the wheel, I signed up. And here I am, I passed ACCA in 2016… ..

However, there is no impact on my salary. I guess it works well when you are starting your career or entering the industry.

Currently, I am connected to my ACCA for being a visiting professor, I guess I still have the weekends to kill ... and I end up trying to shake up our more ACCAs along with giving them an industry perspective as well as some personal advice .. .

I completed my ACCA and gained my membership in September 2015. I started working with a UK based multinational in October 2015. I have 2.5 years of post qualification experience under my belt, I have been part of 2 transitions in the overseas (Gulf and UK) with two different companies I worked for and even the compensation is that I have doubled my compensation (compared to when I started in '15). Right now I work as a Management Accountant. I just registered for CPA Canada and will be taking the Tax & Law exam in August of this year.

It's a simple answer: Yes! However, some will gain more monetary value than others by becoming ACCA members. This is because ACCA members work in different industries with different salary structures. Also, individual quirks (mental ability, time availability for studies, previous ACCA application credentials, etc.) will result most of the time 2 people started their ACCA qualification search at the same time, ending months , sometimes years apart. This is important to keep in mind, because the more time you spend on ACCA rating, the more money you'll spend.

With that said, let's consider your air conditioner.

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It's a simple answer: Yes! However, some will gain more monetary value than others by becoming ACCA members. This is because ACCA members work in different industries with different salary structures. Also, individual quirks (mental ability, time availability for studies, previous ACCA application credentials, etc.) will result most of the time 2 people started their ACCA qualification search at the same time, ending months , sometimes years apart. This is important to keep in mind, because the more time you spend on ACCA rating, the more money you'll spend.

With that said, let's consider your ACCA membership search as an investment (which it is anyway), then we'll evaluate it based on return on investment (ROI).

Your investment in ACCA can be evaluated in 2 periods;

1 - Pre-ACCA Membership

2 - After completion of the ACCA exams

1 - Pre-ACCA Membership

Basically, if you have accounting experience up to BS.c level, you are likely to get certain exemptions. However, for the sake of simplicity, let's assume you have no accounting background, but you likely have a bachelor's degree in another field. If this is the case, then you will probably be on a 14 course path towards ACCA qualification. This means that you will have to pass 14 courses to be an ACCA affiliate, from where you can apply and be accepted as an ACCA member.

These 14 courses are classified into knowledge level (4 courses), skill level (5 courses), and professional level (5 courses).

Let's make some assumptions

1 - Suppose you are a UK resident or take your exams in the UK. The fees for initial registration differ from country to country.

2 - Suppose it will take you 2 years to write and pass all 14 courses. This is possible if you take 2 courses in each session (you cannot take more than 4 courses in one session) that are written in March, June, September, and December of each year. Therefore, you will only have to pay 2 years of annual subscription for students. Actually, it takes many students longer, even the very bright ones. Until last year, 2015, the exams were held twice a year in June and December ... some people took up to 4 years (even longer) to pass all 14 courses.

3 - Let's assume that all exam fees and annual subscriptions (students and members) will remain static in the 2 years it would take you to write and pass the 14 ACCA exams. This is rarely the case in reality.

4 - Suppose accountants earn £ 25,000 per year before ACCA qualification

5 - Let's set the average earnings for ACCA qualified accountants at £ 32,000 p / a (actually more depending on industry and / or years of experience)

Then we can estimate the cost of the ACCA exams.

Estimated Cost Table for ACCA Student Membership and Exams (14 Course Path)

1 - Initial registration ---------------------------------------------- - £ 79

2 - Standard Annual Subscription (£ 95 per year X 2 years ----- £ 190

Exam fees

3 - Knowledge Level - Current Standard Fee (£ 76 X 4 courses) ------ £ 304

4 - Skills Level - Current Standard Fee (£ 102 X 5 courses) ------------ £ 510

5 - Professional Level - Current Standard Fee (£ 128 X 5 courses) --- £ 640

Total - Pre ACCA Membership ------------------------------- £ 1,723

2 - After completion of the ACCA exams

If you get here, congratulations! You have just written and passed a world-class Professional Accounting certification exam and it is by no means a minor feat. Regardless of how long it took you to get here, you really should be very proud of this achievement. An incredible number of people who started ACCA exams with you will not make it here; they will abandon. Possibly more than 50% of those who started, will not finish the ACCA exam course. However, you must upgrade to full ACCA membership to optimize the earnings derived from all your efforts at ACCA thus far.

So at this level you will only have to pay:

1 - Membership Admission ---------------------------------------- £ 221

2 - Annual Membership Subscription Fee --------------------------- £ 231

Total: after completion of ACCA exams ----------------- £ 452

Total of all costs to be an ACCA member in 3 years = £ 2,175

Now, using our previous estimated annual Accountant salaries, we know that as an ACCA member or qualified accountant, you can earn an additional £ 7000 (£ 32,000 - £ 25,000) per year due to your ACCA qualification.

So if we use the ROI formula {(Net Profit / Total Investment) X 100}, your ROI for the ACCA rating will be {(7000 / 2,175) X 100} = 322%

What this means is that you got back more than 300% of the amount you spent over 2 years, in just one year! Now, if this is not a worthwhile monetary or financial investment, tell me what it is.

Even if the exams and underwriting fees go up and it takes you more than the 2 years I mentioned here, you are sure to get the full amount back over the years in one year when you get paid as a qualified ACCA Accountant.

Subsequently, even if we assume that your salary will not increase every year and is static at the £ 7000 Post ACCA qualification increase, your annual ROI will increase dramatically. If your annual membership subscription is static at the current £ 231, then your annual ROI after the first 3 years would be {(£ 7000 / £ 231) X 100} = 3.030%!

Aside from this, being a member of the ACCA professional body gives you an unfair advantage and opens several doors for you as an Accountant, which are not open to unqualified Accountants or other National Accounting Professionals. In Asia, Europe, Australia, Africa, and even the Americas, having the letters "ACCA" after your name makes potential employers tend to give you preference over other Professional Accountants.

Some other gains are not financially quantifiable, such as the keen business sense and intelligence you would have developed and gained just by following the courses, the network of an elite group of ACCA accountants, the mandatory continuing professional development ( CPD) that guarantees that it is kept up to date. from practice and stay up-to-date on new accounting developments. The gains are simple and truly priceless.

YES! Being a member of ACCA is worth it monetarily!

Let me help you dissect the scope.

This is relative to individual ability. Legally ICAI members i.e. Chartered Accountants only have the authority to sign as auditors and for various other regulatory requirements under Indian laws.

It depends on what your goal is:

  1. Do you want to join the Big Four as an auditor / tax advisor or establish your own practice in India?
  2. Do you want to join corporate finance?
  3. Would you be interested in Offshore / Outsourcing work?
  4. Do you want to become a subject matter expert for ERP implementations like SAP FICO / Oracle?

For points 1 and 2, here is the breakdown:

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Let me help you dissect the scope.

This is relative to individual ability. Legally ICAI members i.e. Chartered Accountants only have the authority to sign as auditors and for various other regulatory requirements under Indian laws.

It depends on what your goal is:

  1. Do you want to join the Big Four as an auditor / tax advisor or establish your own practice in India?
  2. Do you want to join corporate finance?
  3. Would you be interested in Offshore / Outsourcing work?
  4. Do you want to become a subject matter expert for ERP implementations like SAP FICO / Oracle?

For points 1 and 2, here is the breakdown:

Your goal is to be an expert in Accounting / Taxation / Corporate Law / Financial Management

Let me start by saying that ACCA is a generic but widely accepted global rating of a certain reputation. The course generally covers most of the topics in India CA, but is not a direct substitute.

ACCAs are better equipped knowing IFRS than Indian CAs for now, but in an Indian context, Ind AS is almost identical to IFRS with subtle differences, this has only recently been implemented in India, so the advantage that ACAs have ACCA seems temporary. If you are reading this in 2020, it should be non-existent.

In terms of taxes, corporate laws, the Indian CA outperforms the ACCA, from a purely Indian context. An ACCA would probably need an additional qualification depending on the field of interest or to demonstrate experience in those fields through previous experience to be on a level playing field. It is an uphill battle.

For other fields of finance, such as Treasury, Accounts Receivable / Payable, Budgets, etc., the difference is less between an ACCA and an Indian CA. For the most part, perception plays a key role in hiring decisions. Based on my own experiences, I have come across ACCAs who are hired in lower pay positions / grades than CAs, and who have to prove themselves in order to grow. This is where individual skill is key. In addition to some of the roles in the functions mentioned above, creamy positions often led by IIM graduates in multinational companies are included. It is also an uphill battle.

Verdict: Go Indian CA / Top Level MBA (in case you don't want to start your own practice / be an auditor)

Now let's look at options 3 and 4:

Offshoring / outsourcing / servicing involves executing work based on instructions received from remote employers who are external clients or internal ground teams that are typically located overseas such as in the US, Europe, Australia, etc.

No knowledge of Indian laws is necessary. The work is generally of lower quality and large volume. Something to keep in mind in this business is that robots are being developed to perform such functions, Google about RPA if you are interested. So there is an inherent risk of volumes going down, lowering overall margins, so the risks of being out of work are real. However, the market is still booming, various companies abroad see Indian labor as an educated but cheap source. Here the risks of being an ACCA or ACA or MBA are blurred. ACCAs may have a slight advantage through perception if the offshoring client / employer is of European origin.

What about ERP implementation then? For starters, mere accounting degrees like ACCA or ACA won't be enough. One must possess adequate skills and knowledge through certification / experience. There is no inherent advantage of being a CA, other than the implementation of new legal frameworks like GST and potentially the Direct Tax Code in the future. But these slight advantages can be outweighed by an ACCA willing to learn the regulations and, if necessary, obtain certifications as proof of ability.

Verdict: level playing field in general, slight advantage in case of outsourcing or offshoring, slight disadvantage in case of ERP implementation.

A rating does not guarantee success. It is a means of establishing yourself and building a career.

All the best in your endeavors!

People prefer CA to ACCA because:

  1. It is recognized by Indian Statue.
  2. In India, the income tax department will be preferred only in India CA.
  3. Acca is only relevant for working in multinational companies, while CA is relevant both for multinational companies and if you want to go into private practice after a few years of work in multinational companies. Or directly in practice, so you can be your own boss and grow as much as you want (although practice is difficult nowadays due to the long period of balance)
  4. CA rankers pay package is good in India than ACCA.

5. Indian CA will also provide you with in-depth knowledge of Indian law so that you can do the

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People prefer CA to ACCA because:

  1. It is recognized by Indian Statue.
  2. In India, the income tax department will be preferred only in India CA.
  3. Acca is only relevant for working in multinational companies, while CA is relevant both for multinational companies and if you want to go into private practice after a few years of work in multinational companies. Or directly in practice, so you can be your own boss and grow as much as you want (although practice is difficult nowadays due to the long period of balance)
  4. CA rankers pay package is good in India than ACCA.

5. Indian CA will also provide you deep knowledge of Indian law so that you can do llb and work for your client in Supreme Court / Supreme Court matters as well (Best Indian Lawyer Mr. Harish Salve is a CA ). ACCA will not.

6 If you are qualified in Indian CA or have at least 40 points each in each subject in the CA final, you will be exempt from submitting the Acca F1-F9 work only 3 to 4 more works to be qualified from ACCA due to the Memorandum of Indian ICAI with UK ICAEW. So CA double benefit with ACCA but same Benifit is not for Acca students regarding CA means if you are ACCA then you cannot be recognized as Indian CA

7. CA registration fees are lower than ACCA's

But in general, if your priorities are to work in multinational companies or to settle abroad and liquidate it quickly, go for ACCA. (The Indian CAs have final exams which are difficult because consequently 8 papers have to be turned in in one leave day and the exams are scheduled after a six month interval, while in the ACCA the exams are scheduled every 3 months with the convenience of not submitting a maximum of 3 papers at a time and the passing percentage rate is lower from India CA than ACCA)

Other options are CPA (Australia) and CPA USA. Before selecting any option, you need to know the employment rate of these courses in India and abroad for Indians. (because sometimes they don't give you PR)

There is also the unpredictable factor of foreign immigration rules. It may be sent back after 5-10 years. Therefore, you must consider whether you have long-term goals. But we were also told in our classes that Indians are more preferred everywhere because of the hard-working nature. And ACCA has a much more global reach than CPAs, so you can do it.

ACCA turns 111 years old. That's great. It is not like this?

In a recent survey, 89% of employers think ACCA is a world-class organization. Wow, that means ACCA can easily get a job.

Currently, there are 188,000 members and 480,000 students in 178 countries associated with the ACCA body.

ACCA stands for Association for Chartered Certified Accountant. ACCA is the global professional accountancy body that offers the qualification of Certified Public Accountant. The organization was formed on November 13, 1904. Its headquarters are in London. ACCA but operates through a network of more than 100 offices and centers and

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ACCA turns 111 years old. That's great. It is not like this?

In a recent survey, 89% of employers think ACCA is a world-class organization. Wow, that means ACCA can easily get a job.

Currently, there are 188,000 members and 480,000 students in 178 countries associated with the ACCA body.

ACCA stands for Association for Chartered Certified Accountant. ACCA is the global professional accountancy body that offers the qualification of Certified Public Accountant. The organization was formed on November 13, 1904. Its headquarters are in London. ACCA, but it operates through a network of more than 100 offices and centers and more than 7,300 approved employers worldwide, providing employee development.

Leo Lee Chi Ming is the president and Helen Brand is the executive director of the organization.

Who is a Chartered Certified Accountant?

A member of the ACCA organization is known as a chartered chartered accountant. A chartered certified accountant is a profession in the field of finance and accounting.

The professional is responsible for

1. Audit of financial records

2. Investigation of financial anomalies

3. Financial forecast

4. Develop and maintain financial systems.

How to become a Chartered Certified Accountant?

The Certified Public Accountant course is basically a 3-year course in which a person needs to have practical work experience with studies. The qualification has been divided into 2 levels: basic level qualification and professional level qualification. Upon completion of the basic level, a person will receive a Diploma in Accounting and Business and can advance further with the ACCA qualification. The exam pattern in ACCA is convenient, the student can take only one exam in three months and can choose the subjects accordingly

Syllable

There are currently a total of 13 exams in the course. Exceptions are also available for some themes.

Find subjects included in the ACCA qualifications below:

  1. Level of applied knowledge: 3 exams consisting of

a) AB - Business Accountant

b) MA - Management accounting

c) FA - Financial accounting

2. The level of Applied Skills: 6 exams consisting of

a) LW - Corporate and Commercial Law

b) PM - Performance Management

c) TX - Taxation

d) FR - Financial information

e) AA - Audit and assurance

f) FM - Financial management

3. The strategic professional level: six exams consisting of

Two required jobs:

a) SBL - Strategic Business Leader

b) SBR - Strategic Business Reports

4. Four optional jobs, of which two must be selected:

a) AFM - Advanced Financial Management

b) APM - Advanced Performance Management

c) ATX - Advanced taxes

d) AAA - Advanced Audit and Assurance

ACCA India

In India, ACCA rating has been introduced since last 2 years. In India, the Chartered Public Accountant does not have the right to a statutory audit. An ACCA India has no signature power of authority and therefore cannot sign audit reports or practice the audit by creating its own firm. ACCA India can practice auditing in the UK. The exam procedures are the same all over the world, as everything is done online. ACCA trains you in the use of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and these are not yet mandatory in India. India follows its own different set of accounting and reporting standards.

Although ACCA is not as famous in India as CA, but rather aspirants who want to pursue their career outside of India, can you think of ACCA as a good option?

By earning the ACCA qualification, you are open to various career opportunities. ACCA is a professional course to certify the individual for being proficient in accounting and other related fields. You may prefer to take ACCA online courses to prepare well to appear on exams. By earning the ACCA qualification, you will eventually increase your chance of entering large companies with higher salary packages. Look for online courses that charge you reasonable fees for ACCA courses but high-quality education. Some of the career options or opportunities that you may get later

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By earning the ACCA qualification, you are open to various career opportunities. ACCA is a professional course to certify the individual for being proficient in accounting and other related fields. You may prefer to take ACCA online courses to prepare well to appear on exams. By earning the ACCA qualification, you will eventually increase your chance of entering large companies with higher salary packages. Look for online courses that charge you reasonable fees for ACCA courses but high-quality education. Some of the career options or opportunities that you are likely to gain after qualifying for the ACCA exam are:

  • Management Accountant Professional
  • Financial controller
  • Finance manager
  • Tax Specialist Professional
  • Auditor
  • Corporate treasurer
  • Forensic accountant
  • Financial accountant
  • Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

These are just a few of the many career options that you can make use of if you are an ACCA Qualified Person. Additionally, ACCA also allows you to be self-employed and work on your own terms. Once you have gained some work experience and confidence, you will eventually be able to analyze the market demands and start your own business. There are many freelance accountants around the world who have chosen the path of following their own terms and rules. Moving to higher roles with work experience on hand should be the perspective of every ACCA qualified individual. Earning a business or management degree after your ACCA and a few years of work experience will eventually lead to high-level positions in any of the industries. You can finally say goodbye to your job from 9 to 5.

I see great answers and advice on your future career here.

I would also like to share ONE thing you MUST do after completing your ACCA that I am planning to do: DO NOT STOP EDUCATING YOURSELF.

Yes, it sounds like a cliché, but I have read many success stories and I find something very common among successful people: they never stop educating themselves.

This does not mean that you must be admitted to a professional degree / certification program. You can educate yourself by reading books, taking free / introductory courses, starting a small business, and many other ways.

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I see great answers and advice on your future career here.

I would also like to share ONE thing you MUST do after completing your ACCA that I am planning to do: DO NOT STOP EDUCATING YOURSELF.

Yes, it sounds like a cliché, but I have read many success stories and I find something very common among successful people: they never stop educating themselves.

This does not mean that you must be admitted to a professional degree / certification program. You can educate yourself by reading books, taking free / introductory courses, starting a small business, and many other ways.

I've read a lot of biographies, success stories, and "failure stories," and it really changed my perspective. You will be surprised how spending just one hour on Quora can help you explore yourself in so many different ways.

Try to gain specialized skills, exposure, and job opportunities. Don't take ACCA for granted. Yes, it is a prestigious certification and it will give you the opportunity to work in some big industries, but that shouldn't stop you from getting an education.

Where do you see yourself after 10 years? Are you preparing for that? Ask yourself that question, do something about it. When the interviewer asks you the same question, you won't have to tell them an answer that you memorized from Google.

Last but not least, make informed career decisions that can help you in the long run. Wishing you all the best in your future endeavors.

I hope that helps.

We all knew that ACCA is the largest accounting body in the world with more than 220,000 qualified members and 530,000 students.

Based on total jobs, the average ACCA salary in the UK is £ 52,500. ACCA-certified accounting professionals who are highly paid in a variety of industries, including banking, insurance, and finance. The median salary in banking, insurance and finance is £ 66,297.

  • The average salary for ACCA professionals in the retail and wholesale sector is £ 52,500.
  • The average salary for ACCA professionals in the accounting industry is £ 52,000.

ACCA salaries in various locations in the UK:

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We all knew that ACCA is the largest accounting body in the world with more than 220,000 qualified members and 530,000 students.

Based on total jobs, the average ACCA salary in the UK is £ 52,500. ACCA-certified accounting professionals who are highly paid in a variety of industries, including banking, insurance, and finance. The median salary in banking, insurance and finance is £ 66,297.

  • The average salary for ACCA professionals in the retail and wholesale sector is £ 52,500.
  • The average salary for ACCA professionals in the accounting industry is £ 52,000.

ACCA salaries in various locations in the UK:

City Name Average Salary Salary Range

City of London 57,500 £ 47,500 £ - 63,148 £

Reading £ 52,500 £ 42,500 - £ 62,500

Swindon, Wiltshire £ 52,500 £ 48,750 - £ 59,281

Luton, Bedfordshire 50.000 £ 40.000 £ - 58.750 £

Liverpool 47.500 £ 37.500 £ - 52.500 £

Central London £47,500 £37,500​-​£62,500

Nottingham £42,500 £37,500​-​£46,250

Cardiff £42,500 £37,294​-​£47,500

Plymouth £42,500 £32,500​-​£42,500

Exeter £42,500 £30,750​-​£47,500

Peterborough £42,500 £31,250​-​£50,000

Birmingham £40,000 £26,500​-​£53,750

Manchester £37,500 £31,625​-​£48,750

Bristol £37,500 £32,500​-​£52,500

Milton Keynes £37,500 £32,500​-​£47,500

Coventry £37,500 £32,250​-​£47,500

Sheffield, South Yorkshire £32,500 £29,000​-​£47,500

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire £47,500 £36,250​-​£57,500

Leeds, West Yorkshire £47,500 £33,750​-​£61,250

Northampton, Northamptonshire £40,000 £37,500​-​£43,750

Sources: totaljob and What accounting qualification (CPA, ACCA, CA) should I obtain?

All the best!

Hi there. well ACCA is definitely not a bad choice and never will be, just like you, I also had the same wish and I am chasing Bcom H with ACCA at GCEC (Global Center for Entrepreneurship and Commerce), Jaipur which is the first university in integrating 3 years of practical training along with their graduation, which means that I will be a member of ACCA when I graduate. (so anyone else who wants to do it must surely check out this university, they won't be disappointed)

Those who are telling you that ACCA has no scope in the future should laugh at those people because in finance the most versatile course is A

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Hi there. well ACCA is definitely not a bad choice and never will be, just like you, I also had the same wish and I am chasing Bcom H with ACCA at GCEC (Global Center for Entrepreneurship and Commerce), Jaipur which is the first university in integrating 3 years of practical training along with their graduation, which means that I will be a member of ACCA when I graduate. (so anyone else who wants to do it must surely check out this university, they won't be disappointed)

Those who’re telling you that ACCA has no scope in future you should laugh at those people because in the finance the most versatile course is ACCA which means there are no limitations in terms of work field ACCA also gives you many opportunities in working overseas also. not only this But in India also Big 4 hire you abnormally, hiring for ACCA is much more easier than normal chartered accountant.

Its true people are not aware of this course but think rationally ACCA is a course which is recognized in several countries this means you have a lot of opportunities even in India, if you are an ACCA you can work in various different job roles as per your choice.

At the start of your career I will opiniate you to focus on a particular field ( can be a finance, accounting, auditing,etc) rather than a comfortable salary.

It basically depends on how you deliver your skills to your organization.

One thing you should always believe is that the beginning is always hard

Completing the first 9 jobs is worth more than a challenge.

If you want to be a member and for that you need training for 3 years, at Let Say, an XYZ company can afford to pay an amount of 15 to 20,000 to learn from them. because they pay you here to learn)

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At the beginning of your career, I will say that you focus on a particular field (it may be finance, accounting, auditing, etc.) rather than a comfortable salary.

It basically depends on how you deliver your skills to your organization.

One thing you should always believe is that the beginning is always hard

Completing the first 9 jobs is worth more than a challenge.

If you want to be a member and for that you need training for 3 years, at Let Say, an XYZ company can afford to pay an amount of 15 to 20,000 to learn from them. because they pay you here to learn)

If you want to be an employee with only 9 roles then you can have a slightly higher amount and as soon as you become an ACCA affiliate, there will be a nice increase in your salary.

But I suggest you to work as an ACCA Member rather than just working as an ACCA affiliate because not only it will add a suffix ACCA to your name but you will also get an handsome package of 10–20 lacs as a fresher.

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