Chartered Cost Accountant

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Chartered Cost Accountant is a cost accounting or cost control professional designation offered by the American Academy of Financial Management. The CCA is a Graduate Post Nominal (GPN) that is only available for accountants with an accredited degree, MBA, CPA, Chartered Accountant License, law degree, PhD or specialized executive training. The CCA is the only cost control or accounting credential at this time that has reached acceptance in North and South America as well as Asia, India, and the Middle East.

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