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    I am studying for ACA Advanced Stage (Nov sitting). I got an exemption from Professional Stage papers as being Qualified ACA from India. I am currently studying Taxation module and provisions are totally different from what I have studied before. I find it bit difficult. So please tell me should I buy ICAEW's professional Stage Tax module or is there any other reference book from where I can study? Please suggest.
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    (Original post by archanaarora)
    I am studying for ACA Advanced Stage (Nov sitting). I got an exemption from Professional Stage papers as being Qualified ACA from India. I am currently studying Taxation module and provisions are totally different from what I have studied before. I find it bit difficult. So please tell me should I buy ICAEW's professional Stage Tax module or is there any other reference book from where I can study? Please suggest.
    I assume you are talking about the fact that UK tax provisions are different to what you have learnt previously?

    If that's the case then professional stage will help as it's gives the background which you are expected to know at the advanced stage.
 
 
 
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