Diploma in Taxation

By studying the Diploma in Taxation, you will learn how to understand tax compliance and related accounting for tax issues, compute tax liabilities and tax reliefs, and to prepare tax returns.

Why should you study this programme?

This programme will enable you to confidently deal with routine taxation issues encountered when running any business including filing tax returns and understanding liabilities and reliefs. Many people study it as a tax refresher.

At a glance

Next start (Classroom* and distance learning)

*Classroom course is dependent on numbers)

February 2019
Registration
Opening soon
Duration

Six months

 Format Classroom and distance learning
Fees:
€2,225 (Members - distance) 
€2,475 (Non members - distance)

€2,785 (Members - classroom)
€3,095 (Non-members - classroom)
Assessment:
Three home assignments throughout

Unsure if this programme is right for you?

Contact us and we can arrange a call with one of our team to advise you.

The Diploma in Taxation is designed to provide finance, legal and business professionals with the skills to understand tax compliance and related accounting for tax issues, compute tax liabilities and tax reliefs, and prepare tax returns. It is ideal for someone who is working in tax wants a good, solid knowledge of the main tax heads or for those who are seeking an overall refresher on their tax training.

It is ideal for someone who would like to refresh their tax knowledge or learn key information for operating a small business. Previous participants have worked in education, business, property, law, retail, public sector...contact us to see how this programme can help you.

On successful completion of this diploma, participants will:

  • be familiar with the practical application of Irish tax rules;
  • have a practical understanding of the tax administration system of the six main taxes with a particular focus on the computation of tax liabilities and reliefs, tax compliance and risk issues for breach of tax law;
  • be able to prepare relevant forms and returns;
  • be able to account for tax under Irish GAAP.