September 26, 2022

Job of the Week: Remote International Tax Manager at WilkinGuttenplan

Job of the Week

Featuring a tremendous career opportunity in a rapidly growing practice group of a well-established firm for CPA with 6-8 years of international tax experience. Offering a flexible culture, attractive compensation, and significant career upside with regular one-on-one partner interaction and partner-track potential (if desired).

WilkinGuttenplan is committed to work/life balance, a culture of multi-generational collaboration, and authentic, lasting relationships. If you are interested in this job, please apply on the Accountingfly platform. 

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The Remote International Tax Manager will have the opportunity to:

  • Act as a business advisor to global companies and understand the life cycle from start to finish
  • Lead and manage projects while taking on new initiatives
  • Maintain and foster client relationships
  • Conduct research and review for U.S. and foreign tax laws and regulations related to international
  • Conduct tax planning strategies and other transactions
  • Identify and execute tax planning opportunities
  • Provide technical tax support on transactions and activities
  • Prepare and review forms and related work papers for U.S. owned foreign entities

This job requires:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting
  • CPA license or J.D.
  • Prior tax experience with domestic closely-held businesses and individuals
  • At least 6 to 8 years recent public accounting experience
  • Prior tax experience with domestic closely-held businesses and individuals
  • Experience reviewing compliance related to Controlled Foreign Corporations including Forms 5471 and related schedules; Form 8992, Form 8993; Form 1116 and 1118.  Also, compliance related to Forms 8865 and Forms 8858.
  • A strong understanding of international tax law changes arising from 2017 TCJA and specifically, it’s impact on closely held businesses and the use of Section 962 elections.
  • Experience reviewing and advising on US tax issues as it relates resident aliens and nonresident aliens including the application of the substantial presence test, foreign earned income exclusion, and foreign tax credits.  Including Form 8938 and FINCen Form 114.
  • You are able to review and advise on foreign corporations filing Form 1120-F and related protective claims.
  • Ability to multi-task

Our client offers: 

  • Unique culture that emphasizes and values flexibility and work/life balance
  • Competitive salary and benefits package, including unlimited PTO
  • Training and development opportunities and a formal coaching program.
  • Collaborative work environment

Accountingfly is managing the fulfillment of this position. Accountingfly connects you with virtual accounting jobs with the best public accounting firms.

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