Tax Advisory Services Manager
- Posted: 11 days ago
Pease Bell, CPAs is a rapidly growing mid-sized accounting firm serving an expanding nationwide client base. Now with multiple offices and more than 130 employees, our priority is to provide the same exceptional quality of client support that has built our reputation in a crowded CPA marketplace.
Our diverse clientele engages us for specialized expert assistance in Accounting Advisory, Audit & Assurance, Business Consulting, Buy-Side Advisory, Employee Benefit Plans, Estate Planning, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Tax Compliance & Consulting. In addition, our services cover a variety of industries, including Construction, Distribution, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Motion Picture, Nonprofit, Real Estate, and services.
As a Tax Advisory Services Manager, your responsibilities will include technical review of high-level business, trust, and individual income tax returns with the ability to efficiently take tasks from beginning to end. Other responsibilities include: assisting in the identification and resolution of tax issues, providing recommendations for improving client results, applying creative tax ideas to enhance client development and growth, and managing multiple client engagements in a variety of industries while providing exceptional client service.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting
- CPA designation
- 5+ years of experience in public accounting with experience reviewing and managing business and individual income tax returns
- Proven ability to manage client engagements and relationships
- Exemplary leadership skills
We offer competitive compensation and outstanding benefit programs, flexible work schedules, and excellent career advancement with growth opportunities for motivated individuals. In addition, continuing education and achieving professional certifications are encouraged.
To Apply: Please submit your cover letter and resume to Tammy Perrine at email@example.com
Pease Bell CPAs
Finance and Insurance
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