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What should i do along with my CA or after finishing my CA?

  A question that constantly runs in the minds of CA Aspirants, yet many a time, they are unable to find answers for it at that time. First of all, many seniors or previous gen of Chartered Accountants, often suggest students to take CMA or CS along with their CA, encouraging them to become a 'Triplet' or 'Duplet' However, gone are the days when to become a CFO, you should be either a Triplet or 'Duplet'. Today to become a CFO or the head of an organisation or to be a part of Top Management, you don't need to have three different professional certification from the same country. Its enough if you are just a Chartered Accountant. Having said that, is Chartered Accountancy certification alone enough, for the rapid changes in the business, economy. Technological advances that are consistently happening in every field. I will suggest that in an effort to keep up with the trends and to be updated in all core fields, a student should also look at somethi
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Is Mathematics required to pursue Chartered Accountancy?

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Congratulations Class Of 2020! You aced your boards. Exam are just a test to check if you have been able to understand what you have been learning. Its just early training to cope with life's challenges with a progressive attitude, taking every step you can to move forward, without paying heed to obstacles that hinder or fearing them. Centuries ago, battles were fought with swords and shields. Today, battles are fought with knowledge, intelligence and degrees. Congratulations on empowering yourself. When this important year began, there is no way they could have foreseen such an anomaly event that would essentially hijack their final year experience. The world is facing a crisis that will be written about in history books. Our lives have been disrupted, and a cloud of uncertainty looms over us all. Over the past several weeks, I have spent a great deal of time considering what you must be going through as covid-19 has spread across the globe. As if class 12 isn’t already