Anda sedang tercari-cari Cara Bagaimana untuk menjadi seorang Accountant?
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#Skills dan Pengalaman Yang Bakal Majikan Cari
1. Complete a bachelor degree in accounting, finance, or a related field. This will arm you with important knowledge on accounting principles, business communications and law.
If you are eventually aiming for senior roles such as a Chartered Accountant, consider completing a Master of Accounting.
Alternatively, consider completing a Master of Business Administration if you’re interested in becoming a Corporate Accountant.
2. To practise as an Accountant in Malaysia, you have the option of either finishing an accounting-related degree or being a full member of a professional accountancy body such as the Malaysian Institute of Certified Public Accountants (MICPA), Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), and Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).
3. Obtain 3 years of practical work experience.
4. Become a Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) member. Depending on your specialisation, you may need to pass the MIA Qualifying Exam before practising.
5. Apply for accounting roles. As an Accountant, you can work in a variety of businesses like banks, insurance firms, and management consultancies.
6. After years of experience, you can grow your career in the corporate field in roles such as Senior Accountant, Corporate Controller, and ultimately, as a Chief Financial Officer.
#Apakah Keperluan Kerja Seorang Accountant
1. Monitoring daily financial transactions.
2. Overseeing accounting procedures like billing and invoicing.
3. Processing monthly salaries for employees.
4. Ensuring that tax processes and other financial activities follow government regulations.
5. Preparing and examining data before inputting it in general ledger accounts.
6. Recognising and settling inconsistencies in financial records.
7. Verifying that an organisation’s expenses stay within budget.
8. Working with banks, public auditors and other external employees to keep financial records in order.