In today’s rapidly changing world, it is critical for tax professionals to not only to be up to date but also equipped to advise clients on complex and dynamic business transactions.
Want to be the best in your tax career? You must be able to innovate, be curious, think on your feet, and synthesise large amounts of information to provide the right technical advice in a way that adds real value to clients.
The internationally recognised Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) designation proves you can.
To be a Chartered Tax Adviser you need to complete the Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) Program, comprising CTA1 Foundations, CTA2A Advanced, CTA2B Advanced and CTA3 Advisory.
If your tax career is already well underway, and you have already completed study at another institution, you may be eligible for recognition of prior learning, which means you need less time to get to the final stage of the journey - CTA3 Advisory.
Does this sound like you? Let’s take a deeper dive into CTA3 Advisory.
CTA3 Advisory is structured to recognise self-directed adult learners and support them through opportunities to research the law, assimilate and synthesise information and exercise professional judgement to develop and communicate advice that is most helpful to the client.
Tax is always changing, and through simulated client scenarios you’ll learn tax law with dynamic application rather than as a set of abstract rules. The use of in-depth case studies is designed to drill down to the practical issues of applying relevant tax law to the client’s commercial setting.
You’ll hone your skills in preparing relevant, commercially sound and value-adding client advice. The course covers a range of areas of tax law including:
Employers and clients want to know their tax adviser has the right knowledge and skills to support them effectively and add real value to their business. And that’s more important now than ever before.
By achieving a CTA designation, you can demonstrate your tax expertise by:
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The case study methodology also applies in the CTA3 Advisory assessment:
If you succeed in your CTA3 Advisory exam, then you have completed the educational requirements for your CTA designation. This designation also gives you eligibility for 6 units of credit, in recognition of prior learning, towards a Master of Tax from the University of New South Wales.
The CTA designation represents the highest standards for Tax Advisers and demonstrates your ability to provide technically expert and effectively communicated tax advice to your clients – at a time when they need it most. Rise to the CTA3 Advisory challenge today to build resilience into your tax career.