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Planning to pursue US CMA? Need not to worry, we have got you all the details to appear for US CMA Exams. CMA stands for ‘Certified Management Accountant’. CMA is one of the highest management accounting credentials in the world administered by the IMA (Institute for Management Accountants). Lakhs of aspirants take US CMA exams every year to grow into Management Accountants, Finance analysts and many other roles. Three easy steps to get started: Enroll in the CMA Program- As an enrolled CMA candidate, you will also become an IMA member and enjoy many membership benefits. Register for the Exam- As a CMA candidate, you'll gain access to all the benefits of IMA membership. Plan to Complete Certification Requirements- Review the requirements to becoming certified and prepare to submit your supporting documents. Prepare to succeed.  We're here to help you. We'll explain the process and offer some tips on how to make things easier. What are the most common questions that arises in ones mind when they are planning to pursue any degree? What is the career scope? What are the eligibility requirements? Will the degree make a difference in ones career?   We have curated the answers for these most commonly asked questions at one place. To know more...

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About US CMA: CMA stands for ‘Certified Management Accountant’. CMA is one of the highest management accounting credentials in the world administered by the IMA (Institute for Management Accountants). Spanned over just 2 exams, CMA’s curriculum uses some of the most advanced testing techniques to test management accounting aspirants all over the world if they’re worthy of the designation CPA. Lakhs of aspirants take US CMA exams every year to grow into Management Accountants, Finance analysts and many other roles. Planning to pursue US CMA? Frequently Asked Questions for US CMA Examination has been answered. Is US CMA recognized in India? The Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India (ICWAI) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), USA to enable mutual recognition and cooperation between the two institutes to develop the profession of Management Accountancy for the benefit of their members and students in the pursuit of excellence in education and training and continuing professional development in Management Accountancy. The MoU will enable recognition of the professional qualification of the respective Institutes. A member of ICWAI can get enrolled as a member of IMA USA and vice versa. How do I enroll in the...

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Overview The CMA® (Certified Management Accountant) is the gold standard of certification in management accounting. It is unique among professional and academic credentials, designed specifically for accounting and finance management professionals in business. Achieving the CMA designation demonstrates professional expertise in financial planning, analysis, control, decision support, and professional ethics – essential skills sought after by successful organizations and their financial team leaders. IMA® (Institute of Management Accountants) is committed to supporting the education of future accounting and finance professionals working in business. As part of this effort, IMA created the CMA Scholarship Program, which honors top students by recognizing them with this scholarship. Recipients of the CMA Scholarships will receive a comprehensive package of benefits enabling them to study for and take the CMA exam at no cost. The benefits include: IMA student membership for three years Entrance fee to the CMA program Exam Support Package – an assessment tool that can help assess the content covered on the CMA exam Registration fees for the first attempt at both parts of the CMA exam Choice of course provider review material (All regions except China) The CMA Scholarship is activated at the time a nominee joins IMA and registers for...

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US Certified Management Accountant (CMA) or US CMA is a professional certification credential in the management accounting and financial management fields. The certification signifies that the person possesses knowledge in the areas of financial planning, analysis, control, decision support, and professional ethics. The CMA is a US based, globally recognized certification offered by the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA US). CMA USA Syllabus Now that you are familiar with the basic details pertaining to the course, let us understand the CMA USA syllabus of Part 1 and Part 2 through the tables given below: Part 1: Financial Planning, Performance and Analytics Weightage Technology and Analysis 15% Internal Controls 15% Cost Management 15% Performance Management  20% Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting  20% External Financial Reporting Decisions  15%   Part 2: Strategic Financial Management Weightage Financial Statement Analysis  20% Corporate Finance 20%  Decision Analysis 25% Risk Management 10% Investment Decisions  10% Professional Ethics 15%   Exam structure of US CMA Course in India: CMA Exams are online computer based Exams of 4 Hours duration and the passing marks being 360 out of 500 (each paper) i.e. 72% Score Required. CMA Exam Question Pattern is as follows:3 Hrs for 100 Multiple Choice Questions (Weightage 75%)1 Hr...

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About US CMA: CMA stands for ‘Certified Management Accountant’. CMA is one of the highest management accounting credentials in the world administered by the IMA (Institute for Management Accountants). Spanned over just 2 exams, CMA’s curriculum uses some of the most advanced testing techniques to test management accounting aspirants all over the world if they’re worthy of the designation CPA. Lakhs of aspirants take US CMA exams every year to grow into Management Accountants, Finance analysts and many other roles. CMA Exam Part 1:  Financial Planning, Performance, and AnalyticsPart 2: Strategic Financial Management Exam Sessions May/June 2021 – now through July 14September/October 2021January/February 2022 Course Duration 12-18 months to complete both parts, on average up to 3 years.  Pass Rate 50% globally Benefits of CMA USA Career Growth: One of the biggest benefits of having a CMA USA is career growth and development. Several mid and senior-level individuals who wish to acquire expertise in the world of finance, management, accounting and business take-up CMA certification.  Global Opportunities: CMA USA is a global professional certification and recognised by countries like China, India, UK, Canada, Middle East countries. It presents an opportunity to settle and work abroad as well as learn about global practices and business...

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CPA (Certified Public Accountant) is a globally-recognized public accounting qualification. AICPA (American Institute of CPAs) certifies CPAs to be trusted financial advisors to help businesses, individuals and other organizations to reach their financial goals. Candidates can earn this certification as a part of Career Growth. CPA comprises 4 exam parts which can be cleared by candidates (most of whom are working professionals) within 12 months. The minimum eligibility criteria for CPA exams are university graduation. In India, CPAs have career opportunities with all of the Big 4 and most MNCs. Is US CPA valid in India? CPA exams are conducted by AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public Accountant) whereas CA exams are conducted by ICAI (Institute of Chartered Accountants of India). CPA gives broader recognition compared to CA.CPA is recognized in USA, India & around the world compared to CA, which is recognized only in India. What is the Scope of CPA in India? There are many US firms worldwide, and more and more accountancy related assignments are being out sourced to India . We have many US companies now in India, so the job scope is good. Companies like Deloitte, EY, Amazon, Synchrony, Invesco and so many more frequently hire...

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Course Review A Certified Public Accountant is a professional who has earned the CPA license from any of the 55 state accountancy boards of USA all of which are part of NASBA (National Association of the State Boards of Accountancy). Each state board has the authority to grant CPA license. One must meet all the requirements of the state board including Education, Experience and Examinations. Due to the wide spread awareness and acceptance of CPA credential, it’s understood that a CPA possesses the required knowledge of all accounting areas as analyzing financial statements, financial planning, tax preparation, internal auditing, income tax and other specializations of accounting. In a nutshell, a CPA is someone who has mastered all the elements of the accounting profession. This is also one of the many reasons, professional organizations seek CPAs for complex accounting and finance jobs. Exam System And Regulation Student have to appear for Exam within 6 months from date of registration. Student has to appear for all 4 subjects within 18 months. Exam taken in First Two months of Each Quarter (Jan-Feb, April-May, July-Aug, Oct-Nov) and Result is produced in 3rd month of respective quarter ( March, June, September, December) Student is at...

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About US CPA: CPA (Certified Public Accountant) is a globally-recognized public accounting qualification. AICPA (American Institute of CPAs) certifies CPAs to be trusted financial advisors to help businesses, individuals and other organizations to reach their financial goals. Candidates can earn this certification as a part of Career Growth. CPA comprises 4 exam parts which can be cleared by candidates (most of whom are working professionals) within 18 months. The minimum eligibility criteria for CPA exams are university graduation. In India, CPAs have career opportunities with all of the Big 4 and most MNCs. CPA Exam  CPA Exam Syllabus constitutes of 4 sections mainly. Each of the sections has its syllabus and exam  Auditing and Attestation (AUD) Regulation (REG) Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR) Business Environment and Concepts (BEC) You must pass all four sections within 18 months, earning a minimum score of 75 on each part. Each of the exam sections (FAR, AUD, REG, BEC) comprises of five smaller sections which are called testlets. Each of the testlets tests different items types in order to test the knowledge and skills of the candidates. CPA Certification & Eligibility in India Unlike Indian and International Professional Qualifications which do not require any...

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