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Tax qualification goes Brazilian
08 August 2017
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has launched a new module in Brazilian international taxation, as part of the ADIT (Advanced Diploma in International Taxation) qualification.
It is the latest addition to ADIT, as the qualification continues to grow in popularity and range of topics!
The first South American ADIT module is achieved by passing a supervised three hour exam, which can be sat in Brazil or any other country around the world, in either a handwritten or on-screen format.
CIOT President. John Preston, said that with the introduction of the Brazilian module the ADIT syllabus now addresses tax jurisdictions across five continents. He said: “This new exam is unique in challenging candidates to develop and apply their understanding of the cross-border implications of Brazilian tax practices, legislation and treaties.”
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