Ernst & Young’s US counterparts have launched a virtual resource for
higher tax learning and development, to be known as Ernst & Young
University-Tax, or EYU-Tax
The resource, available to the firm’s tax professionals, contains three key
elements to developing tax leaders – learning, experience and apprenticeship.
EYU-Tax will offer graduate, post graduate and doctoral programs and courses
will be taught both live and via web-based programs.
All of the firm’s tax professionals will be continuously enrolled in EYU-Tax,
either as students, teachers, counselors, or course developers, WebCPA reported.
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