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Posted On 11 December 2009 at 16:27 Report Abuse

Hi all, I am a CA and a CPA (USA) in practise since 2000, can anybody let me know how I can get an assignment from Big 4 or any Audit Firm and do they really give so, or is getting employed and leaving my practise is only option to really use CPA qualification.  Otherwise I don't feel CPA is really necessary for a Indian Practising CA.  Please let me know any resourse or option of getting assignments.

Thanks in advance

Nilesh.


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Nikhil Kumar
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Posted On 11 December 2009 at 16:35

Hi Nilesh!!

Are you talking about CPA Australia or US





Nilesh
CA


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Posted On 11 December 2009 at 16:43

I am talking about a CPA (USA).




Nikhil Kumar
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Posted On 13 December 2009 at 23:57

 Hi Nilesh!! Do you hold an active CPA license




Nilesh
CA


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Posted On 14 December 2009 at 10:16

No, I did not take the license as we need to comply with CPE requirement also, but i did pass the ethic exam - what's the use of the license in India anyway - no big MNC company is going to call you to sign their audit report, that's the reason I did not take it.  Currently looking to just work on assignment basis.

what is your activity, i.e. currently you are in job or practising

 



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