Chartered AccountantBy: Kim Lowry
High school education (suggested)Grade 11: English, Mathematics, Probability & Statistics, Science, Social Studies, Accounting, Business and Management, and Computers/Information TechnologyGrade 12: English, Algebra & Geometry, Calculus, Economics, Accounting, Business & Management, Law/World Issues, Computers/Information Technology
What requirements are required to get into this?Obtain a university degreeComplete a Provincial Institute/Ordre student professional programGain prescribed practical experience with a training office by a Provincial Institute/OdrePass the UFE (Uniform Evaluation).
SalaryTrainees: $35,000-$50,000Newly qualified: $50,000-$80,0003-5 years experience: $100,000 or morePartners in Chartered accountancy firms: well over $200,000
What have i learned?It takes a lot of math involving money.You have to have an in-depth knowledge of accounting, business, and financial management before you can be called a chartered accountant.
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