Kforce has a client in search of a Tax Manager in New York, NY.
Summary: The client is a growing professional services firm specializing in outsourced accounting and tax related services for emerging businesses and their owners. They are seeking a Tax Manager to provide a wide array of tax compliance and research services for a diverse mix of clients in the tri-state area. This is a great opportunity to join a non-traditional accounting/tax practice at an early stage in their growth. Excellent compensation, benefits and a flexible work schedule.
Bachelor's in Accounting (CPA a plus)
3+ years of public accounting experience including tax preparation & compliance in these areas: Form 1120 and supporting schedules Corporate Consolidations, Partnerships (Form 1065 and supporting schedules and partner reconciliations) Trusts and high net worth individuals Multi-state income tax compliance
Corporations with foreign subsidiaries and foreign reporting compliance issues
Working knowledge of GAAP and Statutory Accounting Principles
Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and QuickBooks
Ability to create supporting Excel schedules, using tables and formulas
Outstanding project management and analytical skills with an ability to prioritize
CCH software preferred
Good understanding of Book to Tax Differences for M-1 Reconciliation Including debt/equity - stock compensation, NOL Utilization (SRLY)
SALT experience; Multi-State Consolidation & Short-Year Returns Deferred taxes a plus
Foreign Ownership/Foreign Subsidiaries
Form 5471and supporting schedules Form 5472 Form 8865 FBAR Corporate (Foreign Bank Account Reporting) Form W-BEN
Kforce is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
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