State Income Tax Positions Available


State and Local Tax Staff Accountant (Fort Wright, Kentucky or or Indianapolis, Indiana) -  VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm is looking for an experienced State & Local Tax Staff Accountant to join our Tax Department! For over 70 years, VonLehman has focused on making a difference in our employees’ lives. At Vonlehman, you will have the opportunity to work closely with your peers and clients to develop your leadership, technical and professional skills while working on challenging and exciting engagements. You won’t be pigeonholed into one industry or service segment as we advise clients across a wide array of industries including manufacturing and distribution, construction and real estate, nonprofit, government, professional services, financial services, and healthcare. We offer career progression and growth opportunities, parental leave and a full benefits package. We have a fun, collaborative work environment that offers a smart casual dress code and we take work/life balance seriously. Our leading-edge facility includes an on-site café and advanced technology systems and equipment. The success of VonLehman can be directly attributed to the firm’s employees. We make substantial investments in hiring, developing and retaining our employees. We have been recognized for our community involvement and company culture, including being named a Best Place to Work by the Cincinnati Business Courier, a Top Workplace by The Cincinnati Enquirer, a Top 200 CPA Firm by Inside Public Accounting, and a Live United 100 company by United Way. Responsibilities: Completes individual and business tax returns. Prepares organized tax file in Engagement/Document. Maintains compliance calendar. Completes annual, quarterly and monthly compliance cycle in a complex, multi-jurisdiction environment. Assumes ownership and execution of individual responsibilities and strict deadlines. Utilizes multiple compliance software tools to complete tasks, including importing of client sales and use tax data. Requirements: Bachelor’s in Accounting, or Business with a strong emphasis in accounting. CPA or CPA candidate, CMI interest a plus. 3-5 years of accounting experience, SALT specific experience preferred. Familiar with applicable accounting software, including proficiency with Microsoft Windows. To apply click here or email your resume to Ashley Lane at ALane@vlcpa.com. Date Posted: 6/22/2022 (IPT317)

Tax Accountant (Seattle, Washington) -  Manson Construction. Oversees Manson's tax policies and objectives to ensure establishment and implementation of accurate and efficient tax practices. Implements Manson's tax functions, including preparation and submittal of tax filings, management of tax audits and tax research and analysis. Duties & Responsibilities: Develops and implements integrated and efficient tax policies and practices. Manages all tax compliance, planning and strategy, including income, sales, use, excise, property, and other taxes for the company. Completes quarterly and annual income tax provision computations and disclosures, including evaluation of the effective tax rate, maintenance of tax reserves, review tax accounts. Ensures appropriate application of all tax laws Companywide to effectively minimize liabilities, risks and exposures. Manages the preparation of all local, state and federal tax documents, including all required disclosures. Ensures timely and accurate filing of all tax returns. Manages and oversees all tax audits. Manages all communications with the IRS and other tax agencies. Ensures optimization of applicable tax credits. Integrates tax objectives with Company's overall financial goals, objectives, policies and procedures. Integrates tax recordkeeping with accounting systems. Maintains current knowledge of tax laws related to business operations and pursues ongoing professional development to maintain current knowledge on best practices. Ensures compliance with Manson's Code of Ethics and Standards of Business Conduct. Responsible for practicing safe work standards and promoting an Incident and Injury Free (IIF) work environment as a condition of employment. Qualifications: Requires a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution and a minimum of three years of progressive responsibility in tax/accounting field. In depth knowledge of local, state and federal tax law, practices, issues and filings. CPA preferred. Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook), tax software and research tools, ten key and database systems required. To apply click here. Date Posted: 6/20/2022 (IPT316)

Tax Manager I (Northwood, Ohio) - Pilkington North America, Inc. (PNA) is a glass manufacturing company with locations across the US and operations with Canada and Mexico.  PNA is part of the Nippon Sheet Glass Co., Ltd. worldwide organization.  PNA produces and distributes manufactured flat glass for solar and commercial activities as well as manufactured automotive glass around the world. PNA employs nearly 3,000 employees in the US and is the regional headquarters for the North America region.  PNA headquarters is located in Toledo, Ohio and the Finance group of shared services is located a short distance away in Northwood, Ohio.  While PNA does not have any direct operations in Canada and Mexico, it oversees the operations of the affiliated entities that operate within Canada and Mexico. The Tax Manager will be responsible for the compliance role.  The Tax Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day income and franchise duties as well as overseeing the staff within the NA Tax Department.  The responsibilities are all-encompassing as relates to all income tax reporting which includes compliance and financial reporting of income/franchise tax activities. This role will provide significant exposure to many other areas within the Company and globally.  Due to the size of the North America business, the NA Tax Department is one of the most significant in the Group.  As such, this role will provide many opportunities to work with Group Tax and Group Finance. Duties: The income/franchise compliance and reporting duties are all-inclusive for all North American entities.  The completion of all US returns is done in-house while Canada and Mexico are currently outsourced.  The timely completion of all income/franchise reporting is a direct responsibility of this role.  Some of the activities will be carried out by other staff and will have oversight responsibility. Preparation of all federal, state and local income and franchise tax returns for all North American legal entities.  Preparation of all workpapers including calculations of current year book-tax differences, reviewed and adjusted detail trial balances and other various schedules used in the completion of each legal entity’s tax returns.  Competent knowledge of FAS109 and current federal and state income tax laws is necessary to calculate the correct adjustments to book income for accurate return preparation. Preparation of international forms 5471, 5472 and 1120F as required for the consolidated federal return and reporting of other entities as required. Preparation of all income tax reporting information needed for the preparation of the outsourced Canadian income tax returns.  This will include trial balance and general ledger detail, fixed asset reconciliations, review of various accounts for tax adjustments and any other information necessary for the completion of the returns. Preparation of federal, state and local estimated income/franchise tax payments and extension payments for all US and Canadian legal entities.  The Mexican payments are handled locally. Preparation of quarterly and annual provisions for all North American entities.  Detail calculations are prepared as required by the Group Corporate Tax Controller to update all North American cash tax payments, current taxes payable and deferred tax balances. Preparation of all income/franchise tax entries as required with monthly, quarterly and annual NICS entries for Tax.  Entries are those required by the Group Corporate Tax Controller to update the Group reporting packages for all North American legal entities and reporting units. Responsible for handling of all federal, state and local income/franchise tax notices. Responsibility for federal, state and local income and franchise tax audits.  This requires the initial gathering and organization of information requested by the auditor as determined by the Tax Director.  This generally involves coordination with Accounting to obtain the detail required by the auditor. Research various income and franchise tax issues to complete any of the other responsibilities of the position.  This includes regular monitoring of federal and state income/franchise tax laws and changes. All tax returns are prepared using Corptax and Corptax Office.  This position is required to maintain and update the software as necessary.  Maintenance is to be completed on all accounts and adjustments to coincide with general ledger account changes as needed for provisional and return reporting.  Updates for specific issues and changes to the software are to be monitored for applicability to Pilkington reporting. Assist company personnel with issues related to federal, state and local income/franchise taxes as they arise. Review of all North American related party transactions with all other global affiliates. Preparation of summary data for the Country-by-Country reporting required for the Japanese parent company.  This will entail very detailed review of various transactions across all of the SAP reporting entities for North America.  This information is also used for all the requisite income tax reporting done for US, Mexico and Canada for all entities. Preparation of any required reporting for existing APA agreements.  These will vary depending on current agreement status. Assist with review of existing related-party contracts and analysis for potential changes.  In coordination with Group Tax, reviews are performed annually to determine if changes are required due to tax rule or other changes. Assist with development and annual upkeep of all transfer pricing documentation as required by local tax laws.  This is also done in coordination with Group Tax personnel. Qualifications: The qualified candidate should possess a passion for excellence.  Given the changing global tax platform and the increased overwatch of business practices, it is becoming even more important to ensure that the tax reporting is complete and accurate and truthfully reflects the business operations. To be most effective and ensure the best tax position for the Company, the qualified candidate will have strong strategic thinking competencies. In order to maintain a well-balanced and functionally efficient team, the qualified candidate will have strong interpersonal skills to continue to develop and empower the other team members. BBA in accounting or similar degree. Corporate income tax experience, 5 to 10 years.  Preferably to include significant research and analytical experience.  Transfer pricing/International tax experience preferable but not required. Prior experience in corporate income tax audits. Accounting experience, preferably tax-related, 5 to 10 years.  Experience with SAP is highly desirable. Good working knowledge of and proficiency with Microsoft Office products. Good working knowledge of and experience using Corptax software.  This requires knowledge of the maintenance of Corptax and Corptax Office. Good organizational and documentation skills. Position requires prioritizing tasks and ability to meet internal and external deadlines. Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills. Travel up to 20%, may include international travel. Desired Qualifications: CPA certification. Master’s in Taxation. Knowledge of IFRS accounting standards. Prior accounting and/or tax experience in a manufacturing environment. Send resume to Kayla.Cleveland@nsg.com. Date Posted: 4/21/2022 (IPT277)

Tax Accounting Senior Analyst (Rochester, New York or Remote in the US) - Tax Specialty: Income Tax. Carestream is an equal opportunity organization. We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state or local law. Responsibilities: Preparation and review of quarterly and year-end consolidated income tax provision computations under U.S. GAAP (ASC 740) accounting standards, including coordination with Corporate Controllers. Review of current and deferred income tax provision computations for non-U.S. subsidiaries submitted by local tax personnel and/or country controllers. Coordination with U.S. income tax compliance team for inclusion of U.S. income tax provision in OneSource Tax Provision software. Review of local country income tax returns and analysis of provision-to-return adjustments. Review and monitor internal forecasts and actual results relating to cash tax payments, in coordination with Treasury, culminating with presentation of findings to senior leadership. Review of legislative changes and incorporation of impacts in income tax provision forecasts. Monitor technical positions relating to uncertain tax positions, valuation allowance, etc., including preparation of technical memoranda supporting accounting conclusions. Preparation of technical income tax accounting considerations, such as interim tax provision calculations under ASC 740-270 (i.e., “APB 28” and “FIN 18”). Preparation and review of required financial statement disclosures. Preparation of internal controls documentation (i.e., Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404). Assist with tax planning and research projects as needed. Assist with administration of OneSource Tax Provision software. Required Skills & Education: Bachelor’s degree in accounting is required. Minimum of three years experience with “Big Four” accounting firm, large regional. accounting firm, or multinational corporate tax department. Ability to apply prior experience with technical income tax accounting issues to assigned work and to drive projects to completion. Proficiency in MS Excel and Word. Desired Skills: Team oriented and dedicated professional with excellent analytical and communication skills. CPA license and/or advanced degree is preferred. Ability to take ownership of projects and work independently. Strong project management and multi-tasking ability. Strong commitment to tight deadlines. Experience with OneSource Tax Provision, SAP, and/or BP&C is ideal. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/19/2022 (IPT273)

Manager State and Local Tax (Remote within the United States) - Tax Specialty: Sales, Credits & Incentives or Income or Value Added Taxation. This role has opportunity to be in-office or as a home-based role from most states in the US. SS&C (NASDAQ: SSNC) is a global provider of services and software for the financial services and healthcare industries. Founded in 1986, SS&C is headquartered in Windsor, Connecticut, and has offices worldwide. Some 18,000 financial services and healthcare organizations, from the world's largest companies to small and mid-market firms, rely on SS&C for expertise, scale and technology. For more information, please visit us at www.ssctech.com/careers. The Manager State and Local Tax (SALT) manages the daily activities of individual contributors who prepare state sales tax returns, personal property tax returns and real estate tax returns.  In addition, will be responsible for managing the compliance and reporting for current state, federal and local incentives that exist currently and the company’s future applications for those incentives. Responsibilities: Identifies, researches and proposes methods to lessen tax liability through the applications of laws and regulations. Reviews tax records and report analyses and preparation. Demonstrates a broad knowledge of applicable tax laws and regulations, and exhibits proven management skills. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, or related field, and 4 years of related experience. A Master’s degree, certification, or additional professional training are preferred. Safety is our top priority.  To ensure a safe and welcoming work environment for all employees, clients and visitors, SS&C Technologies is requiring any employee in the United States to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before entering one of our office locations.  For any position that requires a portion or all of the responsibilities of the job to be performed at an SS&C Office, employees will be required to provide verification of fully vaccinated status. To apply click hereDate Posted: 4/15/2022 (IPT271)

Staff Accountant State and Local Tax Team (Kansas City, Missouri; New York, New York: Boston, Massachusetts; Windsor, Connecticut) - Tax Specialty: Sales, Credits & Incentives or Income or Value Added Taxation s and software for the financial services and healthcare industries. Founded in 1986, SS&C is headquartered in Windsor, Connecticut, and has offices worldwide. Some 18,000 financial services and healthcare organizations, from the world's largest companies to small and mid-market firms, rely on SS&C for expertise, scale and technology. For more information, please visit us at www.ssctech.com/careers. The Staff Accountant State and Local Tax (SALT) prepares state sales tax returns with the assistance of a third party service provider, personal property tax returns and real estate tax returns.  In addition, will be responsible for facilitating the compliance and reporting for current state, federal and local incentives that exist currently and the company’s future applications for those incentives. Responsibilities: Prepares state sales tax returns with the assistance of a third party service provider, personal property tax returns and real estate tax returns. Responsible for facilitating the compliance and reporting for current state, federal and local incentives that exist currently and the company’s future applications for those incentives. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance. Safety is our top priority.  To ensure a safe and welcoming work environment for all employees, clients and visitors, SS&C Technologies is requiring any employee in the United States to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before entering one of our office locations.  For any position that requires a portion or all of the responsibilities of the job to be performed at an SS&C Office, employees will be required to provide verification of fully vaccinated status. To apply click hereDate Posted: 4/15/2022 (IPT270)