IIFG's Client, located in the North Suburbs, is seeking a Tax Manager.
The Tax Manager supports all corporate tax activities with the primary focus on the tax reporting and tax compliance functions. The core responsibilities include working collaboratively with other team members to prepare and manage both the consolidated and individual entity tax provisions and the Federal, State and Local income tax returns
Prepare and manage the consolidation of corporate and Subsidiaries annual income tax provision, quarterly effective tax rate calculations and identify opportunities to streamline processes.
Prepare and manage preparation of all required federal, state, and local income tax returns.
Prepare and manage the calculation of estimated tax payments and ensure they are made on time.
Review various schedules and documents prepared by other departments and related companies which comprise the original support documentation for the tax provision and tax return computations.
Support process improvement initiatives to increase overall efficiency of the tax accounting and tax return preparation processes.
Prepare and/or review tax account reconciliation calculations.
Manage FASB Interpretation Number 48 (“FIN 48”) Uncertain Tax Positions (“UTP”) documents, including maintaining the FIN 48 inventory and UTP schedules on a semi-annual basis, as well as identifying and documenting new tax contingencies.
Draft tax-related analyses and footnotes to be included in the corp financial statement filings.
Determine each member-company’s tax liability, and provide financial transactions to reflect tax balance sheet accounts.
Effectively manage various requests from external financial auditors in the audit review processes.
Manage and document Sox 404 and J-Sox processes related to tax accounting controls.
Assist in the training and development of other team members
Education: BS Degree in Accounting, Master of Science in Taxation (MST) or MBA is a plus. CPA with an active license preferred.
Experience: 7 or more years of relevant tax experience with a Big 4 accounting firm or a large corporate tax department of a multinational company. Experience with Global Intangible Low Taxed Income (GILTI), Foreign Derived Intangible Income (FDII) and Base Erosion Alternative Tax (BEAT) calculations and/or reporting of foreign corporation activity on Forms 5471/5472 reporting a plus. Experience with SAP, tax compliance and research software, and intermediate to advanced Excel skills are also required.
- Managing, Motivating, & Delegating
- Performance/Talent Management Personal Effectiveness
- Communication and Decision Making
- Planning & Organization
- Risk Management
- Tax Technical
- Business Partnering
- Business Perspective “Accumen”
- Customer Focus
- Organizational Agility
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