Tax Manager

Newport, Wales, gb
Company: Michael Page
Category: Management Occupations
Published on 2021-08-01 18:10:26

The key responsibilities for this Tax Manager position at a leading accountancy firm based in Newport are:

  • To deliver an effective and efficient personal and corporate tax compliance function for the practice including owner managed business and groups;
  • Manage a portfolio of personal and corporate tax cases in Newport;
  • To build on the firm's relationship with its clients;
  • To deal with communication and telephone matters with HMRC;
  • To develop and maintain the highest standards of personal and corporate tax compliance;
  • To identify and communicate opportunities for tax planning;
  • To control and manage systems for personal and corporate tax compliance and ensure effective communication with other departments and offices where necessary;
  • Responsibility for ensuring that all filing and reporting deadlines are met on a timely basis; and
  • Assist with the training of junior staff;
  • The Successful Applicant

    In order for candidates to be successful when applying for this Tax Manager role at a leading accountancy firm in Newport, you must be:

  • ATT and/or CTA qualified, or ACA qualified;
  • Experience of tax planning including reorganisations, share schemes, SEIS/EIS, tax clearances, incorporations, remuneration plans etc;
  • Experience of HMRC enquiries;
  • Experience of R&D tax claims
  • Preparation of partnership tax computations and returns;
  • Previous use of CCH software;
  • Knowledge of VAT;
  • Knowledge of Inheritance Tax;
  • Knowledge of other taxes, eg SD, SDLT;
  • Significant experience with an accountancy organisation;
  • Preparation of personal and business tax computations and returns;
  • Proven record of client portfolio management;
  • Experience of dealing with HMRC to resolve disputes and potential disputes quickly and efficiently;
  • Significant knowledge of Corporation Tax;
  • Knowledge of Income tax;
  • Knowledge of Capital Gains Tax;
  • Communication i.e. ability to write reports, letters, emails etc;
  • Highly developed organisational skills; and
  • Flexible to work longer hours when required e.g. to meet deadlines and projects and to work in other offices if required.
  • What's on Offer

  • Highly competitive salary (dependent on experience);
  • Great Benefits;
  • Progressive role (scope for partner); and
  • Leadership and strategy responsibilities.
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