CA Career Opportunities as an Independent Professional Practice
As practitioners of public accounting, CAs may start professional practice as a proprietor or join an existing firm as a partner or staff member. A CA has been entrusted with substantial responsibility under various legislations such as the compulsory audit of the accounts of all companies, banks, cooperative societies, stockbrokers, big income-tax assessees, large bank borrowers, etc.
A Chartered Accountant also provides compilation and review services as and when required by enterprises. While practicing as an independent professional, a CA also acts as a business advisor by providing all kinds of services including the preparation of financial reports, helping the business to secure loans, preparing financial projections showing how the loans will be repaid, and determining the viability of the business. As a tax advisor, CA helps business and individuals to comply with tax laws and represent his clients before government agencies.