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19 August 2021 Our online Autumn 2021 courses are open for registration. The Diploma in Tax lectures commence in September, and the Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) and the Tax Technician lectures begin in October. These tax courses will consist of a blend of recorded online lectures, live-online lectures and a student discussion forum. You will be guided through your studies and our team of coordinators will support you throughout the […]
On the evening of 6 May, we streamed our annual Conferring Ceremony to all our 2020 conferees and their families, welcoming 231 newly qualified CTAs and a group of 21 Tax Technicians. Though it was not the same as our in-person celebration at O’Reilly Hall, each individual was recognised for their achievement – and what an achievement it is to become qualified during a pandemic! Our President, Sandra Clarke, commended […]
Registration is now open for our online summer courses which will be commencing shortly. Our online courses consist of a blend of recorded online lectures, live online lectures and a student discussion forum. You will be guided through your studies and our team of coordinators will support you throughout the programme. We offer a range of tax qualifications to suit your needs – the Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) qualification and […]
Registration is still open for our Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA), Diploma in Tax and Tax Technician qualifications. The courses will be a blend of recorded online lectures, webinars, and a student discussion forum. Our team of coordinators will guide you through your studies and will support you throughout the programmes. The courses will be commencing soon. Further details regarding our courses can be found on our Career in Tax pages.
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 […]
As a first or second year in college, you may not have huge exposure to the Irish tax system. Therefore you might not realise that tax is really important for families, businesses, the Irish and global economy! Tax essentially determines how much disposable income individuals and companies have. The tax policy decisions that Governments make can improve economies through generating employment and encouraging foreign direct investment. If this all sounds […]