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I have studied a master of tax advisor '????

It doesn´t sound any good to me

I have a master´s degree in Tax Advices????


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    It should read - I have a Masters in Tax Advice. Sorry for my previous note, I pushed send before I was done.

     

    Second one is correct!

     

    "A master of..." is another person.

    "A master's in..." is a tertiary qualification. Note the possessive. ;)

    You can say, "I have studied for a Master's in Tax Advice", however "Tax Advice" as a degree seems to be a literal translation from Spanish. We'd probably say "taxation" in English. "Advice" is never plural in English.

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