Robert Half Tax Sr. - Corporate in WASHINGTON, District Of Columbia
Our client, a prestigious financial services firm in the DC Metro area is looking for a Tax Senior to join their Tax Department which is responsible for all global tax matters and strategy. This Tax Senior will be responsible for preparing the workflows under his/her coverage which will include the completion of the tax provision calculations for the Firm’s SEC filings and related tax disclosures in the corporate structure. This involves the preparation of the provision work papers, consolidated provision work papers, management reports, and tax memorandums and other documentation. The focus of this role will be on US federal and state tax matters related to the Firm’s US
management company entities, US based acquisition entities, and various other consolidated workflows. The Tax Senior will also work with the members of the Finance organization or external service providers on tax forecasting models, tax planning, and tax analysis for Firm transactions, changes in the business or new service offerings.
Prepare quarterly and annual tax provision calculations of various entities with a focus on US federal and state tax under ASC 740.
Prepare supporting work papers such as restricted stock unit calculations, book tax differences for Management company entities, state tax apportionment and tracking of modifications/attributes, valuation allowance analysis and assessment, investment basis roll-forwards, and other components of the tax provision calculation.
Prepare tax memorandums documenting tax research, analysis, and positions taken by the Firm in the financial statements and/or tax returns.
Prepare the return to provision adjustments including the estimate vs. error analysis.
Maintain & document SOX 404 processes for the tax department.
Team with the Tax Manager to apply the impact of changes in both GAAP standards, especially ASC 740 and FASB guidance impacting tax reporting, and tax legislative changes to the tax provision workpapers and other documentation.
Coordinate with internal and external auditors on gathering support, responding to inquiries, etc.
Prepare and maintain tax forecasting models on cash tax and other GAAP/non-GAAP metrics, with focus on US federal and state tax implications.
Prepare workpapers and document the matters relevant to US federal and state tax for the domestic management company and acquisition entities’ transactions.
Attend and document tax follow-up items/analysis from monthly Firm significant transaction meetings with Corporate Accounting and drive the completion of any tax follow-up items/analysis.
The ideal candidate for this Tax Senior role will have 3+ years of tax experience (preferably coming out of public accounting), ASC 740, 1120s, 1065, BS in Accounting, Finance or Management and preferably at CPA. To apply to this Tax Senior role, please do so through this posting or reach out to Caren Bromberg Bach on LinkedIn or call Caren Bach at 301.965.9035.
Requirements ASC 740, Annual Income Tax Provision, Annual Tax Provision, Provisions, Tax Provisions, Income Tax Provision, IRS Form 1065, Partnership Returns, IRS Form 1120S, Corporate Tax Return, CPA, Public Accounting Tax
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