In-House Assistant Tax Manager

$56,966 - $69,625 yearly
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  • Cheshire
  • Mar 22, 2024
Permanent Experience: Qualified Accountant

Job Description

In-House Assistant Tax Manager – Cheshire - Salary paying up to £55,000 + Benefits Based in Cheshire, our client is a rapidly growing service provider, who is seeking an individual to join their business as Assistant Tax Manager. Supporting the Corporate Tax Manager you will be responsible for managing the direct tax compliance process and tax project work. Responsibilities : Enhancing the corporation tax compliance process for all UK legal entities. Prepare approximately 40 UK corporation tax returns, assisted by the compliance team. You will take the lead in preparing the computations for the largest companies for review by the Direct Tax Manager. Prepare a draft computation for inclusion in the statutory accounts, including tax disclosures and deferred tax and production and submission of the final tax computations. Be responsible for the first review of all overseas tax returns prepared by the outsourced provider. Using profit forecasts, calculate the corporation tax payments required for each UK legal entity. Support the corporate interest restriction calculation and determine allowability of interest payments made by the group. Submit claims to tax authorities. Track payments of corporation tax made by overseas companies, assisted by the compliance team. Support on M&A activity where necessary from a direct perspective, including due diligence, and transitioning new business acquisitions. Ideally you will be CTA qualified, or a qualified accountant (ACA/ACCA/CIMA) with proven corporate tax experience, gained from practice or another in-house tax role. It is essential you can work as part of a wider team whilst building strong relationships both internally and externally In order to view more information on this job press the APPLY NOW button below and it will take you to the source website

Working Hours

Full Time

Salary by Currency

This role in US Dollars has a minimum of $56,966 to a maximum of $69,625. In British Pounds it has a minimum of £45,000 to a maximum of £55,000. In Australian Dollars it has a minimum of $86,685 to a maximum of $105,948.

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