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The Tax Director's primary emphasis will be to manage the ASC 740
process, including post diligence review of tax workpapers and
accounting for new acquisitions. The tax accounting process will
the Federal, State, and Foreign income tax return processes by
a summary of open items that require further researching as well as
track audit exposures and payments, and track any internal
reorganizations and the associated tax accounting impacts. He/She will
manage the tax accounting process and SOX process, including preparing
the tax footnote and all required disclosures with the assistance of
external provider and other team members.
At Duff & Phelps, your work will help protect, restore and maximize
value for our clients. Join us and together we'll maximize the value
Interact with company's external tax and accounting advisors regarding
Plan the provision workplan and manage external vendors and team
to ensure timely preparation and delivery of the tax provision.
Prepare technical accounting memoranda to support key positions in the
U.S. GAAP provision.
Coordinate and review worldwide income tax provisions timely and
accurately in accordance with ASC 740
Review and sign off on tax account GL analysis, including
current/deferred tax expense, income tax payables, FIN 48/ASC 740-30
liabilities and other relevant accounts with accounting team and
Prepare the tax footnote and review all required disclosures for
Review tax return and tax provision workpapers of all acquired
and build all necessary workpapers to support and reconcile all
deferred tax and corporate income tax payable balances.
Manage and control the SOX process, including sign-offs by all
parties, and create audit ready documentation. Assist in developing
departmental policies, procedures and processes to minimize global
corporate income tax risks.
Research multiple issues effectively in all areas of tax law, business
operations, global economics and accounting.
Bachelor's Degree required; CPA, JD and/or Masters of Taxation degree
Minimum of 8-12 years tax experience with at least 2 years in public
Demonstrate strong working knowledge of income tax provisions
Demonstrate knowledge of tax research
Demonstrate the ability to create, maintain, and modify departmental
policies and procedures
Demonstrate the ability to identify issues or potential issues and
develop solutions to those issues
Demonstrate the ability to document issues, tax positions, and GAAP to
tax treatment of income and expenses effectively for the departmental
Willingness to participate in multiple areas of tax, including foreign
country tax regimes
Proven experience utilizing standard business (MS Office), tax
and compliance) and accounting software applications. Experience with
One Source Tax Provision is a plus.
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Experience writing tax memoranda preferred
In order to be considered for a position at Duff & Phelps, you must
formally apply via careers.duffandphelps.jobs
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