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What is the Chartered Tax Adviser designation?

The Chartered Tax Adviser designation is an internationally recognised and respected mark of technical excellence and professional integrity which represents the pinnacle of the profession. The post-nominals CTA, represent the highest standards for Tax Advisers who have extensive experience and a commitment to being at the forefront of the profession.

Stand above other advisers

The CTA designation is an advertisement to employers and clients of your high standing and commitment to maintaining currency in the profession. The constantly evolving state of tax law and administration means that tax practitioners need to keep their skills and knowledge up to date with the changing landscape. Employers and taxpayers want the confidence in knowing that their tax professional has the right qualifications to manage their affairs. Those carrying this designation have proved themselves to be of the highest calibre and equipped to provide the best tax advice.

Chartered Tax Adviser Criteria

To be eligible as a Chartered Tax Adviser you must successfully pass The Tax Institutes CTA3 Advisory Exam assessment.