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Senior Tax Professional

Job Description

 Experienced Tax Professional with 5-7 years federal, state, international corporate income tax compliance experience.


Duties:



  • Prepare US federal form 1120 S, schedule m -3 tax accounting, including tax depreciation. Prepare International tax returns, 5471s, 8858s.  Experience with OneSource required. 


  • State and local income tax compliance, composite and entity level state income tax returns, state income tax audit assistance.


  • Review and prepare correspondence with state income tax notices.


  • Prepare federal provision calculation and assist review international affiliates provisions.


  • Prepare FIN 48 Calculations for Federal, state and local and International


  • Prepare quarterly estimated tax distribution schedules for the S-Corp shareholders.


  • Review and provide guidance on withholding tax (i.e. Form W-8WEN)


  • Miscellaneous state, local, and information returns (annual reports and property tax returns)


  • Federal excise tax returns


  •  Sales and Use tax compliance


  •  Budgeting, forecasting



  Key Requirements ("Must Haves")



  1.  Industry experience: consumer products/manufacturing/


  2. 4 year degree in accounting, CPA or working towards completing CPA, Masters degree in Taxation a plus


  3. 5-7 years experience with federal, state income tax compliance, preparation of Schedule M-3, preparation of depreciation schedules, understanding of deferred taxes.  International tax compliance experience.


  4. Experience with OneSource tax preparation software and Sage fixed asset software


  5. ASC 740 Tax provision experience, financial reporting, FIN 48, FAS 5


  6. Strong excel skills, oral and written communication and teamwork principles



 


 



Company Description
Conair a worldwide leading manufacturer of personal care products has an available opening in the Tax Department.
Conair offers a competitive salary and attractive benefits package including Medical Coverage, Dental, Life Insurance 401k, and Profit Sharing.



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