- Team with colleagues to advise multinational enterprises on tax matters relating to cross-border transactions and other business decisions, such as where to operate, how to optimize global supply chains and how to access and mobilize capital to fund global operations
- Provide tax structuring advice to private equity and strategic corporate clients that engage in mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, dispositions and initial public offerings in the context of cross-border transactions; support clients with internal restructuring transactions
- Learn about changes in tax law (through KPMG provided training and materials, as well as independent study) and advise clients regarding the impact of those changes on their business; provide recommendations to address potential risks or realize opportunities
- Prepare international tax elements of the tax provision calculation for our clients financial statements and international tax elements of https://U.S. federal income tax returns for our clients
- Assist KPMG audit teams with their audit of financial statements, including consideration of tax implications arising from global operations and transactions
- Prepare deliverables such as tax calculations (or models), slide decks, memorandums, or emails with coaching and direction provided by other engagement team members
- Must be pursuing and have obtained by the start date or have completed the following degrees/majors in the past 12 months; Bachelors and/or Masters degree in accounting, finance, taxation, mathematics, economics, information technology, data and analytics, engineering (financial, industrial or systems) or related fields from an accredited college or university
- Preferred: Degrees and/or areas of study: Accounting and Taxation
- Must have or be pursuing the state-specific education requirements to be a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the principal place of business for this position; a short-term plan for completion of such educational requirements following the start date for this position is required, with completion of such educational requirements prior to the start date for this position preferred
- Preferred GPA of https://3.0 or above
- Interest and exposure to a broad range of https://U.S. international and domestic tax law provisions
- Demonstrated quality service mindset; strong technical aptitude, critical thinking and research skills and ability to navigate MS Office applications (including Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Outlook) and use Excel modeling
- Excellent communication, time management and leadership skills; flexible and adaptable team player; and resourceful in delivering high quality work
- Must reside within a reasonably commutable distance to the office for this position and be able to travel to reasonably commutable work locations using own means of transportation, such as a personal vehicle or public transportation
- Ability to travel and/or work on-site at client premises as needed, at times with relatively short notice
- Authorization to work in the https://U.S. without the need for employment-based visa sponsorship now or in the future is preferred
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