Publication date: 07 Dec 17 |
Source: THE TAX INSTITUTE
Tax Institute supports tax professionals of the future
SYDNEY, 7 December 2017: Technological, social, policy, and regulatory changes are impacting the future of the tax profession. These changes will undeniably affect the manner in which tax work is undertaken, and the services that are demanded of tax professionals.
In Australia, significant use is made of tax practitioner services by individual and business taxpayers to meet their compliance requirements. Around 74% of individuals and 95% of businesses use the services of a tax professional.
However, so as to remain relevant in the face of such formidable change, tax professionals will need to adapt their practices.
The Tax Institute is proud to launch our Grow today. Master tomorrow. initiative where we give tax professionals access to key resources and up to date information on the profession. Our initiative will assist them to harness opportunities as they arise. We are committed to helping tax professionals stay on top of the changes of the evolving profession.
Professor Robert Deutsch, Senior Tax Counsel and Head of Education at The Tax Institute says, “Our key aim is to ensure that current and future tax professionals are supported and ready to face these changes. We are committed to shaping the future of the tax profession.”
To find out more visit Grow today. Master tomorrow.
For more information:
Stephanie Conway, Media Relations Contact: 02 8223 0011
About The Tax Institute
The Tax Institute is Australia’s leading professional association and educator in tax. Its 12,000 members include tax agents, accountants and lawyers as well as tax practitioners in corporations, government and academia. The Tax Institute supports the tax profession through education and professional development and works to continually improve tax law and its administration.