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Tax Forecasting & Reporting Manager, London

Specialism:
Corporate Tax Jobs
Job Title:
In House Tax Jobs, Tax Manager Jobs
Region:
UK & Ireland Tax Jobs
Location:
Greater London Tax Jobs
City:
City of London Tax Jobs
Salary:
£50,000 to £60,000 per annum
Salary Description:
£50000 - £60000 per annum + bonus & benefits
Posted:
02-Sep-17
Job Ref:
R/043499

The role is within the UK Corporation Tax team which has responsibility for the management of all aspects of UK corporation tax position including planning, reporting, compliance and tax risk management. In addition to delivering UK Corporation Tax, the team has responsibility for managing all global tax planning and reporting processes.

Overall Purpose of Role:

* Contribute to specific initiatives that support the delivery of Tax's planning targets
* Help assess planning initiatives from a technical perspective
* Review of compliance work prepared by outsource provider
* Engage with HMRC including resolution of material tax issues
* Ability to develop specialist technical knowledge. The UK Corporation Tax team allocates specialist technical areas to responsible individuals who are then the "go to" point of contact for that specialism. These allocations will change over time. Therefore the candidate will be flexible, adaptable and capable of quickly mastering a new brief
* There is an emphasis on end to end ownership of specialisms including risk management, tax planning, forecasting, group and statutory reporting, tax returns, and HMRC resolution
* Develop an in-depth understanding of tax considerations and risk implications associated with planning transactions

Skills and Qualifications Required:

* Qualified CTA, ACA or a qualified solicitor
* UK corporate tax technical and IFRS knowledge
* An understanding of tax planning and a desire to build on this
* The ability to apply tax knowledge to identify tax risks
* Effective communication skills (written and verbal) coupled with the ability to articulate complex tax issues in a simple manner to tax or non-tax specialists
* Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
* The ability to collaborate with others and to work effectively in a high-performing team
* The ability to challenge existing processes with a view to improving effectiveness and compliance

The next step:

Please contact Paul Kempton to have a confidential discussion about this opportunity.

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