CIMA or ACCA

I started studying CIMA last February and took my first exams in May. I have
taken the CIMA route as I work in management accounts and this is the course
they advised me to follow. I am not sure what the difference is between CIMA
and ACCA would like to know what the differences are, what type of person
is suited to both and what opportunities are available for both
qualifications. I am a bit unsure about whether to continue in Management
accounts or try Chartered. A lot of people I spoke to say that Chartered
Accounts is very boring but I might find it interesting. Can you supple any
relevant information which may help.

Thank you.

Bridie

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AccountingWEB |
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CIMA better as audits exempted to £4.8 million

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ACCA or CIMA

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cima v. acca

AnonymousUser |

You will be better off with ACCA

AccountingWEB |
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Obtain both qualifications to differentiate yourself

AnonymousUser |

CIMA or ACCA

AccountingWEB |
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ACCA vs CIMA

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ACCA

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CIMA or ACCA

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Depends

arandall |

Exams record more important

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