Ads

Salary of CA in Pakistan?

Chartered Accountancy is defintely most rewarding profession in Pakistan and worldwide. Students are often very keen on knowing how much does a Chartered Accountant earns. 

The salary of a CA varies from country to country and the field you choose in your Practice because CA has various fields of business and finance, including auditing, financial reporting, taxation, teaching, and financial and general management etc. According to a global review, most highly paid field for a Chartered Accountant in many countries is Taxation. 

Salary of CA in Pakistan?


What is the Salary of a Chartered Accountant in Pakistan?

So, back to the main question of what is the Salary of a Chartered Accountant in Pakistan. A Fresh CA  can earn upto Rs. 130,000 per month, if he has done his article ship from a well reputed Firm, preferably Big 4 and yes that is the starting salary of a CA. Later on, there is quite a good increase in salary. There are greater opportunities and promotions are quick and with every promotion, your salary increases along with various incentives, like gratuity, car, health benefits etc.

What is the Salary of a CA Inter in Pakistan?

A CA Inter is likely to earn a salary of around Rs 50000 per month and if the articleship is completed and you have completed some papers of CFAP, you may be able to earn very well, around Rs 70000 easily. 

What is the Salary of a Chartered Accountant Abroad?

Since, every country has different inflation rate and prices are usually very different like in developed countries like, Canada, Uk, UAE, there is a lot of inflation and therefore expenses are quite higher therefore they pay well and the salary of Chartered Accountant is around Rs. 3 to 5 lacs monthly and that too is starting salary of ca.

Tags:

Highest salary of ca in pakistan

Ca and acca salary in pakistan

Salary of ca inter in pakistan

ca from icap

Richest ca in pakistan

Chartered accountant scope in pakistan

Chartered accountant salary in uk

Ca articleship salary in pakistan

Post a Comment

0 Comments