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Cosmin Tudor

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You would need to to be patient, have perseverance and have good people skills.

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Learn about a Career in Tax

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Learn about a Career in Tax

Wednesday, December 06, 2017 

Learn about a Career in Tax

The Irish Tax Institute have a team of Chartered Tax Advisers (CTA) who are available to share their inspiring career in tax story with your students at a class talk or at your annual careers event.

They will share their journey from school to third-level through to their professional careers, and give a real-life insight into what working in tax is really like.

Your students will discover that there are over 5,000 CTAs working in Ireland and over 28,000 CTAs working all over the world, in professional services firms, legal firms, the corporate sector and public sector.

If you are interested, contact Cait Monagher at the Irish Tax Institute on or 01 663 1718