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ussr_1991 08-09-2018 11:11 PM

CA Professional Programme and ATO salary?
 
Hi all, I have few questions as per title.

1) To study for CA Professional Programme, you need to be employed by an ATO who will give a 3 year work contract. Is that right?

2) What is the typical salary for a ATO candidate during the 3 years?

3) After completing the Professional Programme and the ATO training, the candidate is a CA right?

4) After getting CA of Singapore, does the candidate automatically gets ACCA? Or need to go through everything again?

KeroMax 08-09-2018 11:44 PM

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Originally Posted by ussr_1991 (Post 116408270)
Hi all, I have few questions as per title.

1) To study for CA Professional Programme, you need to be employed by an ATO who will give a 3 year work contract. Is that right?

2) What is the typical salary for a ATO candidate during the 3 years?

3) After completing the Professional Programme and the ATO training, the candidate is a CA right?

4) After getting CA of Singapore, does the candidate automatically gets ACCA? Or need to go through everything again?

1) Yes - To register for the professional programme, you must be employed by an ATO who will issue you a training agreement.

2) Varies. Expect entry level salary. Maybe drop by the Big 4 vs Mid-Tier thread to ask.

3) Yes.

4) There is no mutual membership between CA and ACCA currently. But there also shouldn't any reason why you will want ACCA at that point.

ussr_1991 09-09-2018 12:04 PM

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Originally Posted by KeroMax (Post 116408648)
1) Yes - To register for the professional programme, you must be employed by an ATO who will issue you a training agreement.

2) Varies. Expect entry level salary. Maybe drop by the Big 4 vs Mid-Tier thread to ask.

3) Yes.

4) There is no mutual membership between CA and ACCA currently. But there also shouldn't any reason why you will want ACCA at that point.

4) Apparently ACCA in Singapore is useless for now, but I do not rule out gaining overseas employment as well.


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