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FanTAXtic – Competition 2020

As a transition year student you may not have huge exposure to the Irish tax system. Therefore, you may not realise that tax is really important for families, businesses, the Irish and global economy. The FanTAXtic competition requires a team of 3 students in transition year (2019/2020) academic year, to submit a 2-minute video giving their thoughts on a tax issue. This year we want to hear your thoughts on […]

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Third Level Scholarship 2020

If you are interested in tax as a career, and will be sitting your Leaving Cert in June 2020, then you really need to check out this scholarship! Applications are due in March 2020. What you can win on the scholarship: Financial support for third-level living expenses and costs A place on the prestigious Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) programme after your degree Mentoring and support from the Irish Tax Institute Profile for […]

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Registration still open for our CTA and Tax Technician qualifications

Registration still open for our CTA and Tax Technician qualifications Registration is still open for our Chartered Tax Adviser and Tax Technician qualifications. With courses commencing soon, register now to receive your materials. We look forward to welcoming you as a student.

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Business Supportive Budget, broadly welcomed by the Irish Tax Institute

08/10/19 The Irish Tax Institute welcomed the support offered to Irish business in  Budget 2020 and agrees with the Minister for Finance’s decision to direct available resources to the sectors most vulnerable to the risk of a no deal Brexit. In particular, the Institute welcomed the changes announced to a number of existing business tax measures to make them more effective and accessible to small businesses. “We have been calling […]

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Pre-Budget 2020 Briefing Papers

18/09/19 The Irish Tax Institute supports the decision of the Minister for Finance not to reduce personal taxation in the Budget 2020. But it warns that our tax system needs attention given the global risks to which our economy is exposed. At its Pre-Budget Briefing, the President of the Institute, Frank Mitchell said: “The Minister is prudent to write his budget on the assumption of a no deal Brexit and […]

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President Frank Mitchell’s address to the AGM

11/09/19 The Irish Tax Institute has said the Government’s decision to base the forthcoming budget on the assumption of a no deal Brexit is prudent and agrees that resources must be concentrated on supporting areas of our economy most at risk. Speaking at the Institute’s AGM, incoming President, Frank Mitchell said: “High on the list of those vulnerable to Britain leaving without a deal, are our SMEs, many of whom […]

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