As an Accountant, you can choose to work in general practice or in areas such as;
- Auditing – conducting independent checks on an organisation financial statements
- Tax – dealing with Tax returns or advising organisation about Tax
- Corporate Finance – consulting businesses on mergers and acquisitions
- Recovery and Insolvency – helping businesses if they enter bankruptcy or helping them avoid this
- Forensic Accounting – Detecting and preventing fraud
- Foreign Trade
- Stock Broking and Investment Analysis
- Company Secretary
Jobs in the accounting & taxation sector, are plentiful within the above areas. It is always good to do your research and even speak with Accountants within the above sectors to give you an honest overview.
But these are just broader categories; we need to understand the practical course through which students can get their fulfilling lifestyle with commerce.
After completing your 12th Board Exam in commerce or any other field either you can opt for Bachelor Courses or professional courses like P.A.M & P.A.M + offered by RD’s Institute of Accounts & Taxation.
You can get job opportunities like Accounts Manager, Finance Manager, Tax Consultant, CA, CS or even you can handle your own business with the help of courses like P.A.M &P.A.M.+
Now that we’ve helped you decide if you would like a career in accounting, we should consider if you have the necessary skills. Accountants need to have excellent attention to detail, great organisation skills and a natural knack for planning ahead. If this sounds like you, then you might be made of the right stuff.
In very simple terms, if you want a pre-defined career path with plenty of potential for growth and great remuneration, accountancy may just be for you (if you can put up with a little overtime, a very formal dress code and extra exams!). However,if you’re still unsure about whether it’s the right move for you, please feel free to get in touch with the team at RD’s Institute of Accounts &Taxation. We’d be more than happy to discuss this with you in more detail.
Accounting offers a variety of specializations, including tax accounting, financial accounting,and managerial accounting. Tax accounting requires strong research skills and the ability to keep up with constantly changing rules and regulations.
Also,along with hard skills, it's important for tax accountants to cultivate good interpersonal skills. Most of your clients won't have a foundation in tax or accounting. In order to retain clients and move up the ladder, you must be personable and have the ability to simplify complex financial topics.
we are proud to say that we are different from most of the commerce institutes as we believe in creating commerce professionals together with building life skills because We at RD’s Institute of Accounts & Taxation make sure that every student gets a strong concept-based knowledge as well as soft skills training as per latest trends in the industry. Students are prepared not only to face the interview but also the real-life challenges of corporate world. Our unique technique of giving simulation of real-life corporate accounting and finance work is so effective that, every student master the basic concept of TALLY, SAP which is applied to real life scenarios.