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    Hi all,

    I have worked as a finance officer in another country for 6 years. In UK I have been working in the retail. I have tried to get in the finance sector but I am finding it too difficult.

    Would taking a course CIMA or ACCA help? If so which would be the better option for me?

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    (Original post by Apple_E)
    Hi all,

    I have worked as a finance officer in another country for 6 years. In UK I have been working in the retail. I have tried to get in the finance sector but I am finding it too difficult.

    Would taking a course CIMA or ACCA help? If so which would be the better option for me?

    Regards,
    Erika
    ACCA = Financial accounting.
    CIMA = Management accounting.

    Entirely depends on what your interested and what you want to do. Personally, I like the aspects of CIMA that with deal the more than just accounting and cover extra things like ethics and financial management etc.


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