The bill in question is aimed at abolishing this system and establishing a new law to widen the scope of those required to report suspicious transactions to include lawyers, judicial scriveners, administrative scriveners, certified public accountants, certified tax accountants, real estate agencies and even jewelers.
What does CTA stand for?
CTA stands for Certified Tax Accountant (certification)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 616 other meanings of CTA in our Acronym Attic
- Central TMDE Activity
- Central Trading Agency (various locations)
- Central Training Academy (security training institution)
- Centrale de Traitement d'Air (French: Air Handling Unit)
- Centre de Technologie Avancée (French: Advanced Technology Center)
- Centre de Traitement de l'Alerte (French: Alert Treatment Center)
- Centre Technique de Coopération Agricole et Rurale (French)
- Centre Technique de l'Aluminium (French: Aluminium Technical Center)
- Centro Técnico Aerospacial (Airspace Technical Center - São José dos Campos, Brazil)
- Certification of Territorial Authority (Indiana PSC)
- Certified Tax Administrator
- Certified Tax Assessor (New Jersey)
- Certified TestStand Architect (National Instruments Corporation)
- Certified Tourism Ambassador (various locations)
- Certified Track-It! Administrator
- Certified Travel Associate
- Chain Transfer Agent (chemistry)
- Channel & Traffic Control Agency
- Charleville-Triathlon-Ardennes (French triathlon)
- Chartered Tax Adviser (Chartered Institute of Taxation; UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
said Wednesday it will expand its Internet services to search for and make a contract with certified tax accountants to include other experts early next year, expecting demand from small and midsize companies.
Hamada, a certified tax accountant, is suspected of concealing 730 million yen in corporate income, mainly in the form of commissions from more than 50 companies, over a four-year period ending 2000 and failing to pay 250 million yen in taxes.