UK Qualifications advice please

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Hi all. First post here so please be gentle :)

I'm currently 39 and am a Financial Adviser (Diploma qualified) and I think I've made up my mind to 'get out' of this role. My background is that I worked for a Bank for 16 years before doing my F.A exams a few years ago and since then have been giving pensions/investment advice to high net worth clients.

My question is.......I've got decent savings and my wife earns good money, so if I give up my job and fully concentrate on the study, how quickly could I get qualified (realistically)? Which route should I go for (ACCA, etc)? Would I be able to do it from home/online/correspondance course?

I would really only be planning on individual tax affairs initially.

Thanks in advance of any advice.
 

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