Chartered Accountants Earning Salaries in Crores

The Average Salary for a CA Qualified person is Rs.8 Lacs. However, many Chartered Accountants across India and the world are earning much higher sums. Based on the recent stats, we are providing the list of 3 Chartered Accountants who are earning over Rs.2 crore salary per year. Also See CA Salary Packages in USA and UAE. If you see the Raw stats, over 40 business Executives who are qualified Chartered Accountants are earning more than 1 Crore Salary. Another interesting stat is that, Chartered Accountants see the highest growth in Management Structure compared to other qualifications.

High Salary Earning CAs in the World

The people mentioned in the list have obtained their CA Degree from the ICAI only. To protect the confidentiality, the contact details of them are hidden for few people in the list.

CA Samir Shah

Earning a take home salary of Rs.3.5 crore per year, CA Samir stands top on the list. CA Samir has obtained his CA Degree in 1996 and is now working as Chief Financial Officer in Credit Suisse based at Amsterdam, Netherlands.

CA Samir has credited his Articleship Training for his success in business life. He has undergone his articleship training in a mid sized firm in Chandigarh.

CA Samir Shah Chartered Accountants Earning Over 2 Crore Salary

He is currently working in a foreign firm and not an a NRI. He spends most of his days in India. His first salary as a Chartered Account was Rs.9.6 Lacs (in 1993-94).

CA Samir is not an All India ranker in CA Inter. However, he secured All India 15th Rank in CA final examinations.

CA Ashwin Nair

CA Ashwin Nair Chartered Accountants Earning Over 2 Crore Salary

Standing second on the list is CA Ashwin. He has obtained his CA Degree in 2001. CA Ashwin is not a Rank Holder, but cleared his CA Exams in single attempt.

He has undergone his Articleship Training in Deloitte, India. He is currently working in Accenture, London. His take home salary is Rs.2.9 Crore. CA Ashwin Nair is an NRI. He moved to London in early 2009.

CA Vaishali Tainwala

Standing 3rd on the list is CA Vaishali from Chandigarh, India. CA Vaishali got her CA Degree in 2004. She is an All India Rank Holder (18th) in CA Final exams.

CA Vaishali Tainwala Chartered Accountants Earning Over 2 Crore Salary

She currently draws a take home salary of Rs.2.4 Crore per annum. CA Vaishali works in Rak Bank, Dubai.

Few CA Preparation Tips from CA Vaishali

Understanding of the concept matters more than the number of times you have finished your syllabus.

In CA, it does not matter whether you a brilliant or average student in school and college. Your past school Grades need not be a reflection of your performance in CA. After all, large number of students mug up to get Great Grades at school level their Grades, and I can tell you for sure, mugging isn’t great help here.. Like I said, CONCEPTS do matter…

Start CA Course, only if you are serious about completing it. IF YOU DON’T TAKE CA SERIOUSLY, I bet it would heartily reciprocate and IT WOULD NOT TAKE YOU SERIOUSLY.

Conceptual knowledge is everything in CA. Without learning the concepts in each subject, you should not go forward. Today many people are in the business of confusing students. Any qualified CA would tell you that without the Study Material, you would for sure not sail through.

Its like you need to have the ability to read words, before you can read sentences/paragraphs.  If you don’t know how to read words, for sure you can never read sentences.

Balance your time to devote equal attention to all the subjects.. there is no point of a distinction in one if you fail in any of the papers… While the tilt of mind would be to do what we are good at, balancing is more important than feelings.

Might seem contradictory, but you should play to your strengths to cross the lucky aggregate number.  There has to be a FRIENDLY subject that should help you sail through.

Some wise men said “Those who don’t learn from History, are bound to be doomed”.. Same applies here as well..

Past papers give you great insight of the mindset of the paper setters. Do look at them on a regular basis as you study a particular Chapter, and not  when the exams are near.

Its better to prepare 80% chapters completely, than 100% with an average learning curve.