Tax Managers #IN1047
Responsible for advising on tax laws, including national, local, payroll, international and other taxes. Manage the preparation of tax returns and related reports to ensure compliance with all relevant tax laws. Research and interpret current and emerging tax regulations to analyze the impact on the corporation. Manage tax returns, tax reconciliations and projects related to the application of tax law in one or more tax jurisdictions. Partner with the business to provide guidance on tax regulations in one or more jurisdictions. Respond to tax notices to make sure any federal and state tax methodologies have been updated appropriately and communicated to tax department and corporate finance leader as necessary, which includes reassessing any outstanding FIN 48 reserve positions. Manage the US Reporting for International operations and foreign tax credit process. Manage the international E&P/PTI computations and OneSource Income Tax (OIT) software environment as well as manage and automate the process to compute Global Intangible Low Tax Income Effect (GILTI). Provide assistance with US international components of quarterly global tax provision process and the Return to Provision process. Prepare responses to IRS Information Document Requests (IDRs). Manage tax audits and interactions with tax authorities. Evaluate US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP) to record transactions in compliance with requirements and company policies, assess the accounting requirements and objectives to determine the implications on the business, and communicate to stakeholders with varying financial knowledge. Leverage various tax technical resources by researching applicable regulation, tax code, and case law to ensure taxed recorded in compliance with regulation as part of Tax Technical Analysis. Perform income tax provision computations, tax return calculations and tax modeling taking into account the relevant business facts and assumptions. Evaluate tax strategies by examining current laws (US and foreign, including all relevant double taxation treaties) to fund new or existing operations, local country distributions, cross-border acquisitions and dispositions.
Experience and Education:
Positions require a Master's degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field and 2 years of experience as an Accountant, Financial Analyst, or related position. Alternatively, the employer will accept a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field and 5 years of experience as an Accountant, Financial Analyst, or related position. Experience includes: Ensuring compliance with all relevant tax laws; Global Intangible Low Tax Income Effect (GILTI); Global tax provision process and the Return to Provision process; IRS Information Document Requests (IDRs); US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP); Tax Technical Analysis; Tax provision computations, tax return calculations and tax modeling.
Primary Location United States-Indiana-Columbus-US, IN, Columbus, Corporate Office Building
Job Type Experienced - Exempt / Office
Recruitment Job Type Exempt - Experienced
Job Posting Sep 7, 2023, 12:00:00 AM
Unposting Date Sep 22, 2023, 11:59:00 PM
Role Category Hybrid - Potential for Partial Remote
Relocation Package Ineligible
Req ID: 230008TP