TaxAdministrationIrish tax body in careers push

Irish tax body in careers push

More people encouraged to take up career in tax

The Irish Taxation Institute has
launched a major recruitment drive aimed at getting more people to take up tax
as a profession.

To do this the ITI has organised a series of information evenings which are
aimed at educating people who may be interested in gaining tax qualifications.

According to the Institute, the number of people seeking to pursue a career
in tax is growing steadily in Ireland.

The ITI’s membership is comprised of tax consultants, accountants,
barristers, lawyers, and other corporate and business professionals.

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