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Edel Butler

Edel Butler
Assistant Tax Manager
Danielle Grant

Danielle Grant
Tax Trainee
Anna Holohan

Anna Holohan
Associate Tax Lawyer
Caroline Austin

Caroline Austin
Tax Trainee
Mary Dineen

Mary Dineen
Tax Consultant
Lorcan Kelly

Lorcan Kelly
Senior Tax Manager
Andrew Dunne

Andrew Dunne
Tax Manager
Sinead Lew

Sinead Lew
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Joseph Conboy

Joseph Conboy
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Working in tax as a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) is like solving a puzzle – scope it, then solve it.

 

Working in tax as a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) is like solving a puzzle – scope it, then solve it.

 

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“Working in tax as a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) is like solving a puzzle – scope it, then solve it. But solve it in a way that’s innovative and creative. It’s a puzzle that’s the perfect blend of numbers and strategy. Tax is based on legislation, so coming up with the solution means investigating the rules in legislation and putting together strategic tax advice that makes a real financial impact”.

About the Irish Tax Institute

Located at the heart of Dublin's Silicon Docks, the Irish Tax Institute is the gold standard in tax, and the only professional body exclusively dedicated to tax. We have educated the leaders in tax for the last 40 years, and our Chartered Tax Advisers (CTA) are amongst 28,000 CTA internationally.

We educate and develop the finest minds in tax, and prepare them to become leaders in the profession.  Top employers choose to educate their employees with us.

We offer two tax qualifcations - our three-part Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) and one-year Tax Technician courses.

Have you ever considered a career in tax as a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA)?

A career in tax creates opportunities. The opportunity for challenging and diverse work. The opportunity to see the world. The opportunity to work on the most cutting edge commercial transactions.

Tax is part of the international language of finance, and the Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) qualification is the international hallmark of excellence in tax.  You could be part of a group of 28,000 CTAs working all over the globe from Ireland, to the UK, USA, Asia to Australia.

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Not just for business graduates

A common misconception is that only business graduates pursue a career in tax. Not so! The great thing about a career in tax is that it is more about the qualities that you bring to the career, rather than your educational background.  Skills such as creative thinking, analytical know-how and commercial awareness are so important. 

In addition to business and law graduates, those with an engineering, science and the humanities background also successfully pursue careers in tax. Go to www.careerintax.ie  and see the variety of roles, sectors and backgrounds that Chartered Tax Advisers (CTA) work in or find our Irish Tax Institute Students page on Facebook

Contact us

For further information on our courses and on a career in tax, you can visit www.careerintax.ie or call Eimear Finnegan on +353 1 6631748.


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Meet our People...
"I know that I can build a successful career based on my AITI Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) qualification."
Tax Trainee
Anna Holohan
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I really enjoy working in a team and the advice we give to clients as a team - it can be very satisfying.

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Senior Tax Manager
Andrew Dunne
"I regularly assist on general corporate tax queries from existing clients; this involves advising clients on the tax consequences of their business decisions."
Tax Trainee
Mary Dineen
"Being able to work as part of a team is really important and you will reap the benefits of it, as you will learn so much from working with others."
Tax Manager
Sinead Lew
"As I was learning more through my studies with the Irish Tax Institute, I was able to put this knowledge to practical application in my role."
Associate Tax Lawyer
Caroline Austin
"I chose the AITI Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) qualification as it’s the most widely recognised and best regarded tax qualification in Ireland."
Tax Consultant
Lorcan Kelly
"My degree in Law taught me how to read, analyse and interpret legislation. This was a skill which came to the fore when studying with the ITI."
Administrative Officer
Edel Butler
"Working as a tax adviser involves combining technical knowledge, commercial awareness and legal knowledge."
Assistant Tax Manager
Danielle Grant
"I think the fact that each day is generally quite different is what appeals to me most."
Associate Director
Joseph Conboy