As the year draws to a close, we celebrate our achievements and look forward to bringing members more great benefits and opportunities in 2013.
As 2012 quickly comes to an end, I’d like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the hard work of those involved in making the Institute the success it is. Many thanks to our committees and volunteers, our National Council, and particularly Ken Schurgott, our 2012 president, for their commitment and contributions throughout the year.
Chartered Tax Adviser Program now open for enrolments
Last month, we were proud to introduce The Chartered Tax Adviser Program at our well-received Chartered Tax Adviser information sessions which were held around Australia. The education program is dedicated to developing tax advisers with the professional skills, quality advice and acute commercial skills to join the growing international network of Chartered Tax Advisers.
By helping you progress through the program, from CTA1 Foundations to the pinnacle CTA3 Advisory Exam, the Institute is committed to propelling tax professionals like you into the future and onto the global stage.
You and your staff can enrol now in these practical and relevant courses for the 2013 study period 1.
Summer is here, and with it our summer sale. There’s great savings across our range of practical guides and handbooks, journals, CPD on DVD, and more. We encourage you to take a look range of products on sale at up to 30% off. We’re also offering a special “box set” of nine 2012 DVDs, including 23 CPD hours, at a saving of over $500.
2012 Annual Business and Professions Study
Many thanks to those of you who completed the 2012 Annual Business and Professions Study conducted by Beaton Consulting — your responses to the survey will help us improve member services and add value to your membership. Results will be available in 2013.
The Tax Institute is Australia’s leading professional association in tax. Its 13,000 members include tax agents, accountants and lawyers as well as tax practitioners in corporations, government and academia.