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Corporate Tax Analyst - Norwalk, CT

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Recently recognized as a JUST 100 company, our client has an opening for a Corporate Tax Analyst to work onsite in Norwalk, CT for a year long contract.  Imagine everything that you could learn to advance your career while working at a Fortune 500 company with around $11.0 billion in assets.  This position seeks talented candidates who will put the customer at the center of everything they do.  Inquire about this opportunity and you could end up on a diverse and inclusive team where you’ll not only be valued but feel inspired to give your all to get the job done.

As a member of an experienced quality tax team, this position will have the ability to experience a broad variety of complex tax issues and transactions. A successful candidate will possess strong communication, analytical, and organizational skills in order to manage responsibilities and projects while working with the tax team to maintain an exciting, collaborative environment in which to work! 

Representative Duties and Responsibilities 

• Assist in the U.S. Tax provision process 
o Account analysis and reconciliations 
o Business Tax Accrual calculation 
o Legal and Consulting Fee accrual calculation 
o Tax Journal Entries 
• Assist in the U.S. Tax compliance process 
o Tax basis analyses for inclusion in US tax returns 
o U.S. deduction allocation to foreign source income determination/calculation 
o U.S. City Income Tax Return preparation 
o State estimated tax payments 
o U.S. Boycott Report preparation 
o HEC Assets - U.S. tax depreciation calculations 
• Assist with implementation of OneSource Tax Provision software/system 

Required Skills 
• Experience in supporting tax process projects; 
• Ability to learn and adapt to new technologies; 
• Highly motivated; 
• Ability to: 
o Work independently; 
o Problem solve and create innovative solutions; 
o Work with tight deadlines; 
o Manage competing priorities and keep projects moving to prescribed timeliness; 
o Communicate effectively; 
o Work effectively with other groups in the organization 
• Possess BS/BA degree in accounting or comparable work experience. Masters in Taxation and/or MBA a plus. CPA a plus.

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Norwalk, CT
United States of America

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Posted Date:2/4/2019



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Job Title: Corporate Tax Analyst

Location: Norwalk, CT

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 354968

Posted Date: 2/4/2019

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