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Offline JodyP  
#1 Posted : 09 October 2014 09:34:33(UTC)
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Saw this forum mentioned on Twitter and notice this section about the Association of Tax Advisors.

Who runs this association?

What are its aims?

What does it cost to join?

How do I join?

Anyone?

JodyP
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Offline John  
#2 Posted : 17 October 2014 23:25:11(UTC)
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JodyP

The Association of Tax Advisors website is at www.AssociationofTaxAdvisors.org

Q: Who runs it:

A: It was founded by me, John Cotter who is a CTA, ATT member and a director of Tax Publications Limited and it is run by Tax Publications Limited

Q: What are the aims of the ATA?

A: The main aims (see the ATA website for more info)

  • To build a network of tax advisors from around the world, an International Network of tax advisors


  • Help tax advisors with CPD and other online resources (such as this forum for example)


  • To be free to join and use for individual tax advisors


Some examples of the main aims.

Q: What Does it Cost to Join?

A: It is free to join for individual tax advisors. For accountancy and tax firms that want to join there are subscription options or businesses or organisations

Q: How Do I Join?

A: Register on the Association of Tax Advisors website

Hope that helps?

John Cotter
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