Why you should choose a Chartered Accountant

Any individual can call themselves an Accountant, but to be a Chartered Accountant, a series of challenging exams, including finance management, business strategy, auditing, and tax, must be passed before becoming a professional member of the ICAEW, whom then regulate those Chartered Accountants to ensure a consistently high standard of work and to keep stringent rules in place. Those rules ensure that the Chartered Accountant is subject to a strict code of ethics and must have regular inspections from the ICAEW. In order to become a member of the ICAEW, the Accountant must have undertaken a minimum of 3 years training.