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Hi, I finished an accounting course last May and finding it difficult to get work. Am wondering if it's worth getting qualified as a Financial Advisor. Has anyone on here taken the QFA exams and if so did they cost much? & how long did they take?

 

hello, I recently registered with the LIA to sit two modules, it's modules based so you can do each module seperately or several together.

Cost is around 300 euros per module. I'd recommend doing the loans module first, you can do the exams with Institute of Bankers or LIA.

I think it might be a good thing to have if you are aiming for a job that has any element of financial advisory. If you are giving advice on financial products then you need the qfa. You have four years to complete it once you register and can give advise during that four years under 'a new to role' basis.







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