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Trust & CRT tax preparation
Need immediate assistance in completing 2 CRT and a few trust returns that were started prior to deadline at my office.
Circumstances arose that prevented the completion of these returns and now am in need of an experienced tax preparer to complete these in my office.  Lacerte & ProSeries Professional software knowledge helpful. Compensation can be hourly or % of amount invoiced. Please contact me ASAP if you are interested in some part time work.  My office # is 727.497.5558 and ask for Julie.
AVP Tax Provision Audits @ Marriott Vacations Worldwide
Are you ready to grow your dream career while making others' vacation dreams come true? Marriott Vacations Worldwide is a world premier organization for Vacation Ownership with resorts at destinations around the globe. Join our team and help deliver unforgettable experiences that make vacation dreams come true.

Position Summary:
As a member of the professional staff, contributes a high level of specialized knowledge and skill in a discipline (e.g. Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Operations Planning & Support, Sales & Marketing) area to support department and/or function objectives. Generally works with considerable independence, developing operating plans and related operational processes for own department and monitoring the flow of work between own department and others in alignment with broader business objectives, selecting and developing effective managers and work teams, and managing own organization through reliable systems and processes.

Specific Job Summary:
The AVP, Tax Accounting & Audits is responsible for overseeing the preparation and review of the quarterly and annual financial statement reporting of the company’s tax provision for worldwide subsidiaries under the principles of US GAAP/ASC 740. In addition, the AVP will oversee the income tax audits for the company and assists other AVPs and the VP/Global Tax with other responsibilities of the tax team including income tax compliance, transformation and tax planning as well as development, coaching and management of staff.

Expected Contributions:
- Develops operating plans and workable business processes for own department in alignment with function strategy.
- Manages larger business processes and/or projects, setting priorities and measurable objectives, monitoring and reporting on the process, progress and results. Typically influences work of cross-functional or extended teams.
- Responds to, solves, and makes decisions on business requests that have broader department impact and/or moderate risk. Presents alternative solutions to business issues by leveraging the broader organization.
- Works to enhance the organization’s capabilities through effective staffing and development of others by:
anticipating staffing requirements by comparing business needs with strengths and weaknesses of existing staff;
using appropriate MVW interviewing tools to hire the best managers available from inside or outside;
setting and maintaining high standards for team and individual performance;
providing timely coaching and feedback;
making and rewarding distinctions in performance.

- Assists more senior associates in achieving business results by:
acting in a consultative fashion to implement programs impacting the broader organization;
assisting in the development and communication of broader organizational goals;
achieving results against budget within scope of responsibility;
taking calculated risks to move the department or team forward;
developing and using systems to organize and keep track of information;
balancing the interests of own group with the interests of the organization;
working with others to identify and remove barriers to success.

- Readily critiques own behavior to acknowledge mistakes and improve future leadership performance and acts independently to improve and increase skills and knowledge.
- Performs other duties as appropriate.

Specific Expected Contributions:
Tax Accounting:
- Manages scheduling of team resources and deliverables for the component projects of the tax provision process to ensure timely and accurate completion of the quarterly and annual tax provisions.
- Prepares and reviews tax accounting workpapers and schedules for accuracy and completeness.
- Maintains global deferred tax assets for realization and supports positions taken with respect to valuation allowances against those assets.
- Liaise with financial planning team to determine the effective tax rates for forecasts, budgets, and long-range planning.
- Coordinates the formulation of tax accounting position statements aligned with overall tax strategies of MVW.
- Reviews and maintains tax rates for planning and reporting and assists in identifying opportunities to reduce the overall effective tax rate and cash tax planning.
- Reviews and maintains a tax reporting process including the maintenance of internal controls pursuant to SOX 404 including documentation of processes, reconciliation of tax accounts, and tax workbooks and reporting packages.
- Primary contact for auditors in relation to income tax accounting and controls matters.

US Income Tax Audits:
- Reviews and maintains tracking of US federal and state income tax audits and ensures accurate responses and timely completion of audits.
- Manages scheduling of team resources and deliverables for the component projects of the tax audits to ensure timely and accurate responses and completion of the audits.
- Prepares and reviews analysis to address information requested by federal and state auditors.
- Liaise with professionals within and outside the tax team to determine responses to auditor requests.
- Primary contact for income tax auditors.
- Provides input, guidance, and expertise as needed for forecasting, budgetary and tax planning activities.
- Supports the income tax compliance, tax planning and implementation of the process improvements for the department.

Candidate Profile:
Successful candidates should possess knowledge and experience and demonstrate strong leadership and relationship skills as follows:
- Generally a professional position requiring significant knowledge and experience in one or more disciplines and/or business operations as well as associate management experience. College degree and/or relevant experience generally required.

Specific Candidate Profile:
- Bachelor of Finance, Accounting or in a related discipline or equivalent work experience
- CPA and/or Master of Taxation preferred

- Ten (10) plus years of corporate tax experience with similar size organization with a minimum of five (5) years experience with tax provision preparation and income tax audits.
- Experience leading and managing large scale initiatives.
- Three (3) plus year in a supervisory role with demonstrated success leading and developing a functional team in a complex, service-intensive, and deadline-driven environment.
- Proven history of consistently delivering results.
- Timeshare, real estate development, or hospitality experience preferred.

Skills & Attributes:
- Proven ability to be trustworthy and act with integrity, able to hold sensitive information in confidence.
Able to build and maintain professional working relationships through networking, listening, and persuading others.
- Demonstrated ability to be a collaborative team player.
- Ability to act as a role model who inspires extraordinary performance in others.
- Exhibits leadership presence and poise around others and is able to lend credibility to projects and assignments.
- Is highly organized and able to handle multiple priorities at any given point in time.
- Proven ability to see work through to completion and deliver results under difficult conditions.
- Ability to process information through a strategic lens and apply advanced principles in designing and developing new processes.
- Innovative thinker and agile learner who is able to readily apply past learnings in new situations to generate solutions.
- Demonstrated ability to achieve balanced judgement under pressure.
- Possesses a progressive attitude and engages in fixing problems.
- Ability to influence decision makers at all organizational levels as appropriate.
- Ability to be analytical and apply a data-based decision-making model.
- Comfortable with complexity, ambiguity, and change.

Marriott Vacations Worldwide is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture.
Sr. Tax Analyst @ Marriott Vacations Worldwide
Are you ready to grow your dream career while making others' vacation dreams come true? Marriott Vacations Worldwide is a world premier organization for Vacation Ownership with resorts at destinations around the globe. Join our team and help deliver unforgettable experiences that make vacation dreams come true.


Position Summary:
As a member of the professional staff, contributes general knowledge and skill in a discipline area (e.g. Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Operations Planning & Support, Sales & Marketing) to support team and/or department objectives. Generally works under close supervision or within well-established guidelines to complete routine tasks.

Specific Job Summary:
The Senior Tax Analyst is responsible for supporting the tax reporting and tax compliance processes for Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation's (MVWC) U.S. tax reporting requirements. The Senior Tax Analyst prepares financial and tax information under ASC 740, reviews domestic income tax returns and assists in tax return compliance by analyzing required financial information and assisting US tax advisors as part of annual US tax return compliance process.

Expected Contributions:
- Performs the following types of basic tasks: analysis, auditing, budgeting, forecasting, programming, research, report generation, and software integration.
- Responds to, solves and makes decisions on standard/routine business requests with limited risk.
- Responsible for own work and contributing to team, department and/or business results. May direct work of non-management staff.
- Assists more senior associates in achieving business results by: utilizing technical knowledge and skills to enhance business processes; establishing priorities for self and, where appropriate, others; allocating own time effectively to meet goals in a manner that does not disadvantage other associates or groups; contributing to department/unit budget as appropriate (i.e., input, following guidelines, etc).
- Demonstrates an awareness of personal strengths and areas for improvement and acts independently to improve and increase skills and knowledge.
- Performs other duties as appropriate.

Specific Expected Contributions:
- Prepares analysis of various book and tax difference and tax reserves to support the quarterly tax provision process under ASC 740
- Prepares estimated tax and extension analysis and payments.
- Assists in completion of US and state tax return filings for MVW and Subsidiaries and reviews tax returns prepared by outside firm to ensure completeness and accuracy.
- Includes preparation and review of US GAAP to IRS tax differences as well as return-to-provision true-up adjustments.
- Researches and documents tax issues and processes.
- Assist with responses in support of the tax notices and audits in various US jurisdictions
- Performs various General Ledger queries to gather information required for tax analysis including tax general ledger account analysis.
- Maintains reporting calendar of tax filing of all MVW entities.
- May review work prepared by administrative assistants or tax analysts.
- Assistance with research in special projects as needed.

Specific Candidate Profile:

- Bachelor of Finance, Accounting or in a related discipline or equivalent work experience
- CPA or Master of Taxation preferred

- At least three (3) years of corporate income tax experience with similar size organizations in a public or corporate environment.
- Domestic income tax (compliance & provision) experience preferred
- Strong Excel skills; ability to create large workbooks and create formulas, macros, pivot tables
- Proficiency in PC based applications including Excel, MS Access and MS Word.
- ONESOURCE experience (e.g. OTP, DataFlow) preferred
- Strong communication skills (oral, written, one-on-one, group).
- Strong analytical and organizational skills; detail oriented.
- Ability to multi-task, be adaptable and successfully work in dynamic work environment with varying managers and leadership styles
- Ability to work extended hours, especially during US tax compliance season, as well as quarterly and year- end tax provision timeline to ensure all assigned work is completed timely and accurately.
- Ability to work well in a team environment.

Marriott Vacations Worldwide is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture.
EA or CPA needed in NW Arizona
CPA or EA needed! We are seeking a responsible professional to join a fast-growing company and develop strong and lasting relationships with our clients (located in NW Arizona). Responsible for preparation of individual, corporation, and partnership tax returns and planning. Responsible for accounting clients and background in QuickBooks desktop is required and QuickBooks online is helpful. Would also represent clients with the IRS and AZ. Must have a minimum of 5 years of experience in tax preparation and accounting. If you pride yourself in excellent workmanship and looking for a career with a well-established firm, we would love to meet you.
Please send resume to

We are looking for seasoned tax preparers with recent experience preparing individual and corporate tax returns. The position requires direct interaction with clients to prepare returns and assist with tax planning consultations. Duties include Quick Books bookkeeping and financial statement preparation. Experience in Quick Books is helpful, as well as knowledge of Lacerte software.

Other duties include payroll processing and payroll return preparation, IRS and state tax notice resolution and IRS representation.

During our non-peak season, we offer the flexibility to work remotely on a part-time basis. EA or CPA preferred.

Our firm is in the far west suburbs of Chicago, has a loyal client base of 600 small businesses and local families. We offer a casual, flexible and friendly work environment. The position has excellent upward growth potential in terms of compensation and duties.

Compensation is commensurate with experience. Employee health benefits and company retirement plan are available. A potential equity position in the firm is available for qualified, interested candidates.


- Data entry and preparation of individual and business, federal and state tax returns
- Preparation of corporate and individual income tax projections
- Meet and establish relationships with new and existing clients
- Monitor client workflow and filing deadlines
- Perform Quick Books bookkeeping, prepare and enter year-end adjusting entries
- Perform payroll processing and payroll return preparation
- Assist in resolving tax and other government notices
- Stay informed of tax law changes and continuing education requirements
- Perform other clerical duties as necessary


- Proven work experience as a CPA, EA or tax professional
- Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance or related degree
- Valid Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN)
- Familiarity with Quick Books desktop and online software and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
- Possess ability to multi-task and have exceptional communication and interpersonal skills
- Possess excellent analytical skills with an attention to detail
Contact Darlene Kennedy at 630-761-8199 or email
US Tax Accountant (New Zealand)
We are currently seeking a US tax specialist to join our Auckland based team.
US Global Tax are an expatriate taxation practice, with offices in Auckland and Sydney. Serving US citizens for their tax obligations throughout Australasia and further afield, we are currently expanding our busy office.
Established in 2014, US Global Tax has grown to become one of the largest providers of US tax compliance services, across Australasia. Our client base has grown to the point, where we require additional accountants for our Auckland office.
We offer fantastic career opportunities, with an established track record of retaining and developing staff.
New Zealand offers an excellent quality of life, with Auckland recently ranked the worlds most liveable city.
Specifically, the role will include:
• US Tax Return Preparation
• Opportunity to train and excel in the area of US-NZ taxation
• Opportunity to become a specialist in the field, and upwards career progression
• Being part of a busy, friendly team in a rapidly growing company
The role would suit an applicant who may have been a US tax accountant for a number of years, and looking for a new challenge.
The ideal individual will be:
• Enthusiastic, prepared to grow with our company
• Ambitious, our company has many long-term staff members who have risen from junior to senior level
• Excellent English communication skills
The preferred candidate would:
- Have 2-5 years US tax preparation experience
- IRS Enrolled Agent Status or CPA status
We will be offering a competitive salary, which will also be negotiable for the right person. We are known amongst our staff to be an excellent employer, and are able to provide:
- Flexible working hours and job security
- Excellent career prospects and training opportunities
- Immigration assistance will be offered as part of the role

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to
Virtual tax positions
We have two postions available for part time virtual tax people. We are looking for an experieced tax reviewer for 50-75 hours during the tax season to work with our tax prep staff. The reviewer we seek is not expected to do a deep dive in the file - rather a review with this question in mind - "what could be wrong with the return and any recommendations". We are also looking for someone to prepare simple business S-Corp and partnership returns - these returns can usually be prepared in less than 1 hour - yes - they are that simple. We use Lacerte Inquires to
Senior Accountant
Full Job Description:

We are looking for an experienced EA or Certified Public Accountant (CPA) to join our accounting firm. Responsibilities include preparing, reviewing and analyzing financial reports for clients, preparing business and personal income tax returns, and projections. Our ideal candidate would have in-depth knowledge of bookkeeping, payroll and tax procedures. Previous work experience, along with a degree in Accounting (or in a closely related field such as Finance) and an EA or CPA qualification is required for this role. Experience in dealing with international clients is a plus (but not required). Our firm offers a professional culture that values collaboration and a team of individuals driven by a sense of excellence, integrity, and commitment to lifelong learning. Dress is business casual, and our work environment is strictly non-smoking. Partnership track is available.


• Data entry and preparation of individual and business, federal and state tax returns
• Manage employees and workflow
• When necessary, perform detailed reviews to ensure accuracy in financial and tax documents and projections prepared by others in the office
• Oversee bookkeeping activities regularly
• Stay informed on industry developments and changes in regulations
• Must be able to multi-task and possess exceptional interpersonal and communication skills.
• Meet and establish relationships with new and existing clients

• Proven work experience as a Certified Public
• Thorough knowledge of accounting and financial procedures
• Understanding of GAAP and Tax Basis Accounting (Cash & Accrual)
• Experience with accounting software, like QuickBooks Desktop and Online
• Be able to adapt to new software (if not already familiar with Ultratax, ACS)
• Experience with Thomson Reuters Tax Solutions (ACS, Ultratax, FAM) preferred
• Advanced Excel Knowledge
• Excellent analytical skills with an attention to detail
• Integrity, with an ability to handle confidential information
• BS or BA degree in Accounting (or in a closely related field such as Finance) and a CPA certification

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $75,000 - $110,000/year (based on Education and Experience), Partnership track available to eligible candidates

• Dental insurance
• Health insurance
• Vision insurance
• Vacation/Sick leave
• HSA Contribution

• Bachelor's in Accounting (or in closely related field such as Finance) or higher.

• Accounting: 5 years (Required)
• Tax Preparation: 5 years (Required)

• EA or CPA Required

Benefit Conditions:
• Waiting period may apply
• Only full-time employees eligible

Work Remotely:
• When necessary

COVID-19 Precaution(s):
• Remote interview process available but in-person also required as second step.
• Personal protective equipment required
• Social distancing guidelines in place
• Virtual meetings
• Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place
Enrolled Agent (EA) - Albuquerque NM Area
We want to hire -- for a full-time, year-round position -- an Enrolled Agent with practical experience in individual and small business tax return preparation and tax planning – including bookkeeping and payroll tasks.

We are an accounting, tax, planning and tax resolution firm, currently on a growth path of 30% per year, that has been serving small business and individual clients since 1982. Our operational model delivers a steady flow of work throughout the year, so while there is an uptick in activity around tax deadlines, the remainder of the year remains busy.

To succeed in this role, you must be a motivated self-starter while showing interest in following changes to tax regulations and laws. Excellent time management skills are also essential, as you’ll be responsible for ensuring client deadlines are met while delivering a high-quality product. Other responsibilities include communicating in writing and orally with clients to get and deliver information, as well as organizing and maintaining client records.

An EA (Enrolled Agent) certification is required.

Compensation is commensurate with experience.

o Industry certification as an Enrolled Agent (EA) is required
o Computer literacy in QuickBooks and Microsoft Office required, experience with ProSeries a plus
o Familiarity with other accounting software packages, a plus
o Must be available to work five days a week, Monday through Friday 8am-5pm
o Must be driven, willing to continuously learn and grow, and a problem solver with a strong customer service focus
o Proven work experience as a Tax Accountant, Tax Analyst or Tax Preparer, a plus
o Knowledge of accounting, payroll and bookkeeping procedures
o Excellent analytical and time management skills
o Strong numerical skills
o Keen attention to detail & strong organizational skills

o Prepare estimated tax payments, tax returns and related documents
o Perform bookkeeping and bookkeeping reviews, as required
o Prepare payroll and associated reports
o Organize and update the company’s tax database
o Share financial data with the appropriate taxing authorities
o Follow industry trends and track changes related to taxes
o Work closely with clients to obtain required financial data
o Train clients in bookkeeping and record keeping as requested
Contact Bill Sommers at 505-889-4540 or email

Tax Preparer 2021 Tax Season
Small busy tax and accounting firm in Chicago, IL seeking an experienced tax preparer for the 2021 tax season. This position is available with flexible hours. Full-time and/or Part-time hours will be considered. In this rewarding position you will provide a variety of services related to individual and corporate tax preparation, while maintaining all company policies and control procedures. The most desired candidate will be positive, reliable, self-motivated individual with superior organization skills, attention to detail, deadline driven and able to execute multiple tasks simultaneously. Compensation is commensurate with the candidate's experience and skills.

Job Requirements:
- Must have a minimum of 1+ years of recent experience in tax preparation.
- Capable of completing a 1040 tax return
- Ability to work independently and be a positive self-motivated problem solver with great attention to detail.
- Excellent communication and follow up skills both verbal and written a must.
- Demonstrate ability to work in a fast-paced environment
- Prefer a knowledge of tax software, preferably Drake Tax
- Correspond with IRS, and IDES to resolve client tax notices.
- Process & finalize tax returns *PTIN required, will assist in applying for in needed.

Candidate must have public tax experience

Due to Covid our office will not be seeing clients in person this tax season. We will be working on dropped off tax returns only.

If interested please submit resume to

North Phoenix Accountant/Tax Preparer Postion
Busy, North Phoenix, Accounting/Tax Office is seeking an experienced tax preparer with a current PTIN (preferred). Must have good analytical skills be able to provide quality customer service and enjoy interacting with clients. This is intended to be a reoccurring seasonal (January-April) position, with a high possibility for the right person to become a partner in the practice.

Duties & Responsibilities:
· Advise clients in the tax preparation process and prepare and file Federal and Multiple State Returns such as 1040, 1120S, 1120, 1065, 1041, and 990.
· Prepare and file Federal Schedules such as (EIC, Sch C, D, E and simple F)
· Verify Tax Returns for Accuracy Prior to E-filing
· Conduct Face to Face Interviews with Clients

Must have:

· Experience Completing Individual Tax Returns. (2 to 5 years' experience)
· Experience Using Tax Preparation Software. (Drake Preferred)
· Working Knowledge and Understanding EITC due diligence requirements.
· Excellent Customer Service Skills with Strong Written and Verbal Communication Skills.
· Knowledge of Windows Based Computers and Microsoft Word and Excel Programs.
· Experience Working in a Fast-Past Environment.
. Ability to work Nights and Weekends during the January-April.
· Ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritize as needed
· Strong organizational skills and detail-oriented
. Demonstrate success in making tax / accounting problems disappear for distressed clients.
· Bachelor’s or Associates degree in Accounting or related field of study preferred.
. CPA certification or EA designation or actively pursuing a license preferred, but not mandatory.

**Compensation based on Experience. 623-889-3444
Senior Global Tax Analyst

Princeton University is seeking an experienced international tax specialist to join the Office of Finance and Treasury ( as a Senior Global Tax Analyst. The Senior Global Tax Analyst is a highly collaborative and customer focused role that has overall responsibility for international tax reporting and compliance. Under the direction of the Senior Associate Director for Global Financial Services, this position is the University's subject matter expert on US tax laws for foreign nationals, and will manage overseas tax reporting for Princeton's international academic programs. The Senior Global Tax Analyst establishes best practice policies and procedures, and coordinates the onboarding and taxation for Princeton's international faculty, staff, students and guests.

This position will stay abreast of changes to tax laws, tax treaties, and IRS tax filings, and is proactive in adjusting applicable processes. This position will also be the University's primary Certified Acceptance Agent for ITIN applications. The Senior Global Tax Analyst position requires a high level of analysis and critical thinking to ensure compliance with tax laws, while balancing the needs of Princeton's diverse international community.

In addition to supporting Princeton's international population on campus, this position will work closely with the Senior Associate Director to serve the University's global teaching and research mission. Responsibilities include assisting with the creation and implementation of policies and procedures, representing Global Financial Services to campus partners, improving operational efficiencies, and performing other duties as assigned.

The Office of Finance & Treasury actively searches for staff members of exceptional ability and promise who share in Princeton University's commitment to excellence, and who present a diversity of viewpoints and cultures. We offer varied professional opportunities spanning all aspects of financial management, analysis, and processing in support of the teaching and research mission. As part of the University community, we respect the dignity and individuality of each member while trying to foster a sense of shared experience and common purpose. We are unwavering in our commitment to both diversity and community and embrace the variety of talents, backgrounds, and perspectives of all of our colleagues


International Tax Reporting and Compliance

• Collaborate with Payroll and Accounts Payable teams to onboard, pay and determine taxation requirements for international faculty, staff, students, and guests
• Serve as the University's subject matter expert on international tax compliance, staying abreast of all related tax laws
• Initiate IRS tax filings and payments, and perform monthly tax reconciliations
• Lead year-end 1042/1042-S tax filing process to generate, reconcile, distribute, and transmit tax forms to University's international population, and the IRS by required deadlines
• Manage tax database of Princeton's international students, scholars and guests
• Manage transfer pricing compliance and country-by-country reporting

Tax Expertise

• Provide tax expertise to University's international community, conduct tax research to solve individual inquiries, and offer solutions to challenging tax situations related to university payments
• Collaborate with key campus stakeholders (Payroll, Accounts Payable, Graduate School, Davis International Center, academic departments, et al) to deliver the highest level of customer service
• Provide ongoing tax support to academic departments to ensure service and quality for international scholars
• Create and facilitate information workshops and training for university departments and international faculty, employees, and students
• Coordinate student and scholar information sessions, including new student orientation, ITIN workshops, and annual tax filing sessions

Creation and Implementation of Policies and Procedures

• Create a digital database of existing and future international tax procedures
• Work closely with the Senior Associate Director to transition existing and antiquated procedures to more efficient and functional processes, determine where new procedures need to be established, and document them in a digital procedures database
• Create processes that are adaptable to internal and external changes, and document accordingly
• Ensure that policies and procedures are accessible and communicated to the campus community

Quality Assurance /Audit

• Create systems to ensure the correct application of taxes and compliance with all IRS regulations and tax treaties

Essential Qualifications:

• Bachelor's degree in tax, accounting, finance, business or other related field, or equivalent combination of education and work experience
• 5-7 years' work experience, with 1-2 years in nonresident tax compliance
• Experience with 1042-S's, IRS 1042 filing, and payment requirements
• Knowledge of IRS regulations and laws regarding international taxation, and knowledge of BEPS
• Working knowledge of immigration statuses and related employment rules
• Strong customer service and communication skills
• Highly collaborative
• Advanced level proficiency with Microsoft Office Tools (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
• Strong attention to detail
• Ability to work with diverse groups of people, and clearly communicate tax information
• Ability to manage time, prioritize multiple tasks, and work effectively and accurately under tight deadlines
• Ability to analyze information and recommend appropriate action for nonresident tax issues
• Strong analytical and critical thinking skills, including ability to proactively recommend options to balance external compliance requirements with operational efficiency and customer service
Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience with PeopleSoft
• Experience with Glacier and/or International Tax Navigator
• Working knowledge of payroll functions and processes

Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer ( and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW (

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Tax Preparer
Position Responsibilities/Duties/Functions/Tasks
1. Establish rapport with clients to build working relationships and increase retention
2. Provide exceptional customer service
3. Prepare individual tax returns utilizing the information provided by the clients and inputting into tax preparation software
4. Other duties as assigned

Position Qualifications
1. 1+ years of experience preferred
2. Required PTIN eligibility
3. Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills
4. Ability to communicate in a professional manner
5. Qualified applicants must be self-starters and computer literate
6. Flexible to work nights and weekends as necessary
7. Attention to detail
Physical Demands and Work Environment
Position requires working in an office atmosphere assisting clients.

David Roberts
Indirect Tax Accountant
IEEE is the world’s largest professional association advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. We are a catalyst for exciting breakthroughs in computing, sustainable energy systems, aerospace, communications, robotics, healthcare, and many other disciplines that improve the quality of life. Discover your future as part of the IEEE team. Consider the following opportunity:

Indirect Tax Accountant
Finance & Administration

Piscataway, New Jersey

Apply now at:

Job Summary:

The successful applicant will ensure the organization’s compliance with global tax filing and reporting requirements and the minimization of tax expenditures with absolute integrity. The following outcomes are expected:

• The accurate preparation and timely filing of assigned tax returns
• Research tax rules and regulations to resolve complex issues, monitor changes that affect the organization, and minimize tax liability
• Interface with volunteers, staff, and professional tax advisors to resolve complex issues
• Educates volunteers and staff regarding tax processes and requirements
• Makes recommendations for business and process improvements
• Meets or exceeds assigned metrics
Key Responsibilities:
Uniform indirect tax compliance for IEEE’s global conference business (75%)
• Indirect tax planning
• The development of processes and internal controls
• The adjustment of processes due to changes in legislation
• The management of cross-departmental accounting and tax issues
• The review and reporting of the indirect tax activity for accurate and timely filed monthly or quarterly tax returns, ensuring that timely payments are made to the taxing authorities, and resolving complex issues as they arise
• Ensure the compliance of all IEEE financially sponsored conferences with indirect tax requirements

Accurately prepares and timely files all other assigned indirect tax returns (25%)
• Abandoned property reporting and compliance
• Canadian GST/HST compliance
• Global VAT compliance on sales of digital goods
• Administration of the enterprise transaction tax system for assigned tax jurisdictions
• Other tax filings as assigned
• Maintenance and updating of Policies & Procedures for all assignments


Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree with a major in Accounting
• 2-4 years of Accounting or Tax work experience
• Candidates in pursuit of or have completed licensure for CPA and/or CMA are preferred

Skills & Other Requirements:
• Excellent communication and organizational skills, ability to listen and communicate effectively in a clear, comprehensive and tactful manner both verbally and in writing
• Ability to successfully prioritize and lead several projects simultaneously to completion
• Ability to build relationships and constructively interact with the team, internal IEEE departments and volunteers
• Attention to detail and deadlines
• Ability to plan, execute and improve work processes to ensure business and compliance objectives are achieved
• Work independently with minimal supervision.
• Ability to analyze compliance requirements, identify problems, design appropriate reporting solutions and solve the problems with moderate supervision
• Strong, proven technical, analytical and problem solving skills
• An understanding of indirect tax compliance and conference business is a plus
• Strong overall computer skills and experience with sales tax and income tax applications
• Proficiency in MS applications such as Word, Excel, Power Point, Access, and MS Project.

Join us in an environment where people look forward to coming to work! IEEE offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits, including medical, dental, 401(k) plan with company match, a defined contribution retirement plan, a tuition reimbursement program, flexible spending accounts, company paid life insurance, and a business casual dress code.

Please apply online by going to this URL:

Only those resumes that go through the URL from the web address will be considered. NO THIRD PARTIES PLEASE.

For information on work demands and conditions required for this position, please consult the reference document, “Physical, Mental, and Work Environment Standards for IEEE Positions.” This position is classified under [Category I—Office Position].

IEEE is an EEO/AAP Employer/Protected Veteran/Disabled

Disclaimer: This job description outlines the general nature and key features performed by various positions that share the same job classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and qualifications required of all employees assigned to the job. Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or re-assign duties to this job at any time due to reasonable accommodations or other business reasons.

Visit to view details about open positions in one of our four offices: Los Alamitos, CA; New York City; Piscataway, NJ; & Washington, DC.

The IEEE is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.
Tax Researcher

Are you interested in joining the NATP team as a Tax Researcher?   Our top-notch researchers delve into and answer federal tax questions by telephone, fax, and written correspondence.  Researchers must have proficiency in a variety of computer software platforms, and be able to use multiple technical tools in researching answers, including Internal Revenue Code, Regulations, CCH, RIA, PPC, and Tax Court cases.        

The ideal candidate for this position will enjoy challenges and diversity in the work day.  He/she will be passionate -and knowledgeable- about tax code, regulations, theory and practice applicable to all areas of federal tax law.

If you’d like to learn more about this position, please send inquiries to:

Director/Manager Corporate Tax
Division and Unit Overview

Position Summary

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Director/Manager-Corporate Tax is primarily responsible for successfully and proactively managing and ensuring that tax returns, payments and deposits are filed accurately and on a timely basis. Critical to this role is the development of and implementation of the optimal tax strategy for the Company.

Dimensions: List budgets (the budget(s) that this job impacts), number of staff and any other scope data relevant to the job.

Work design: Manages a unit or function that is part of a larger function. Follows established organizational policies. Develops procedures; recommends policies. Decisions involve translating the Division's goals and objectives into unit objectives, defined work assignments and projects; conducting and implementing actions; and short-term planning.

Position Accountabilities

• Develop and direct tax policy.
• Perform research and effectively apply tax laws and regulations to the Company's situation.
• Develop strategy and engage in tax planning to identify and achieve tax savings throughout the Company.
• Coordinate and handle audits from government, outside independent and internal auditors.
• Respond to taxing authority notices and effectively resolve issues in a timely and cost effective manner.
• Work in coordination with the HR and Finance departments to identify and capture tax deductibility in connection with all compensation and benefit programs.
• Ensure all necessary tax reporting to the CFO is completed in a timely fashion and according to standard procedures.
• Direct and oversee tax collections for the company's regulatory rate filings.

Required Skills:

Education/Experience/Technological Knowledge
• Bachelor's degree from a four year college/university in accounting or finance.
• MBA or Master's degree in a financial discipline.
• Certification as a Certified Public Accountant.
• Ten plus years experience in tax accounting/planning positions with increasing levels of responsibility.
• Strong detailed knowledge of tax and financial reporting practices, GAAP principles and rules including FAS 109, FIN 48, etc.
• Strong knowledge of IRS compliance and reporting requirements and regulations.
• Proven ability to perform tax research, including the ability to read, and apply complex tax laws and directives.
• Strong understanding of, and the ability to communicate, tax laws, regulations, rulings, procedures and court proceedings.
• Strong knowledge of regulatory environments, including knowledge of rate-making concepts.
• Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communications.
• A high degree of professionalism and confidence.
• A take-charge, hands-on management style that is proactive and innovative.

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Senior Tax Manager
This individual will lead and manage multiple tax engagements to deliver quality tax services for our clients. This position offers excellent opportunities for leadership and career advancement to the right candidate.

Job description

 Builds new and existing client relationships and demonstrates basic knowledge of client’s businesses.
 Reviews federal and state income tax returns for individuals, businesses, benefit funds, real estate, and exempt organizations.
 Handles federal, state and local tax audits.
 Prepares research memoranda, written correspondence/guidance, and other documents for submission to the IRS or other taxing authorities.
 Trains and supervises staff, reviews and evaluates their work.
 Manages multiple clients, budgets and production goals.


 Masters degree in taxation or finance.
 CPA license.
 10+ years prior experience in public accounting and tax.
 Tax audit experience.
 Significant supervisory experience (2+ years).
 Strong accounting and analytical skills.
 Research proficiency.
 Strong computer skills: proficiency preferred in Drake Software and MS Office.
 Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
 Detail oriented with ability to multi-task.
 Well rounded in dealing with high net worth individuals, businesses, and portfolio of rental properties.​

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