Deciding On What Happens Next In Your Career? Our Tax Landscape Infographic Might Help You Do Just That…

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As a qualified tax professional, you may feel at a crossroads at some stage throughout your career. More than likely, you began your tax journey as a graduate after college and pursued a training contract when your goals were to a) qualify as a Chartered Tax Advisor and b) gain as much tax experience as possible.

Fast forward a few years to when you are qualified, you’re a Chartered Tax Advisor and have gained varied tax exposure across compliance and advisory. But what happens next?

  1. For some professionals they decide to pursue a career in their training firm with the goal to become a Director/Partner in the future;
  2. For others, they feel a move to another professional services firm is better aligned to their tax career aspirations;
  3. And the remainder decide to make the move to the corporate or public sector.

There are plenty of opportunities for tax professionals in Ireland, but it’s important to remember that each path is unique to each individual. It really depends on your career goals.

To make your life a little easier, we’ve put together a current snapshot of what’s happening out there in the tax market.

Current Snapshot

If you’d like to better understand where you sit on the market, reach out to our expert tax team in Barden for a confidential chat, see our details below.


Considering Your Tax Career Options or Building Your Tax Team?

Reach out to our tax team to see how they can help you choose the best next steps for your professional tax career, or for the best advice on how build and retain truly world class tax teams.

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