Deloitte Tax LLP seeks a Tax Senior in San Jose, CA.
Work You’ll Do
Assist companies with federal, state and local, and international tax structures and align the tax function with business objectives. Assist clients with fundamental tax planning and analysis, work to understand company-specific business and tax issues and identify and mitigate risk areas. Under the supervision of Tax Managers, oversee tax consulting projects for clients in diverse industries. Research and analyze a wide range of tax issues encountered on engagements. Assume tax-planning responsibilities for our federal clients and assist with the supervision of assignments. Assist with tax planning opportunity identification, implementing tax planning projects, providing tax research and analysis for clients in diverse industries, and keeping up-to-date on current tax practices and technical issues. Develop a working knowledge of the client's business and tax systems, take responsibility for clearing open items relating to assigned areas, meeting client deadlines, and contribute to the successful completion of projects. Mentor and coach junior team members and escalate issues when necessary. Actively participate in engagement planning.
- Bachelor's (or higher) degree in Accounting, Economics, Taxation, Management Sciences, or related field (willing to accept foreign education equivalent).
- Eighteen months of experience reviewing tax work papers and tax returns.
- Experience must include one year of:
- Providing tax planning services and preparing tax work papers and tax returns, including preparing federal and state income tax extensions for C-Corporations and Partnerships;
- Utilizing tax research tools, including BNA, CCH, and RIA Checkpoint, to provide tax compliance and consulting services and to mitigate tax risks and regulation violations for various clients;
- Preparing Schedule K-1s and footnotes tailored to the applicable tax situation of each partner;
- Working with teams to prepare dividends and U.S.-sourced income withholding tax returns (Forms 1042-S) for foreign investors;
- Preparing partnership allocations in accordance with IRC 704 and preparing and reviewing Form 5471, Form 926, Form 1065, Form 1120 and Form 8865 for US investors;
- Preparing taxable income calculations and income reconciliation, and calculating tax basis amortization and premium;
- Reviewing and preparing quarterly and annual projections, quarterly estimated tax payments, UBTI, and withholdings;
- Coordinating with client tax and finance departments to gather compliance data and assist with tax planning initiatives;
- Serving as liaison between the client, IRS, and FTB to apply for EIN, reply to inquiries, communicate disputes, and respond to tax notices; and
- Conducting technical and process trainings, coaching junior team members, and escalating issues when necessary.
Salary: $74,900.00 - $139,100.00/year.
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