What is a chartered accountant?

The Chartered Accountants are entrusted with substantial responsibility under various legislation such as compulsory audit of the all companies, banks, stock brokers, big income-tax assesses, large bank borrower, etc. This shows the confidence and trust reposed by the Government and society in the profession.

A Chartered accountant is one who is specialized in accounting, auditing and taxation. He also serves as a management and corporate caretaker. In recent times, accountancy has become popular as a profession. The services of a CA are required in money matters even in a small business. Moreover according to the Company Act only CA's in professional practice are allowed to be appointed as auditors of companies in India. A chartered accountant is a person who is accepted as a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) after having passed the Final examination of the Chartered accountancy course conducted by the institute.

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