Location: St. Louis, MO
Local candidates only please
Tax/Accounting Manager needed for a family and corporate office in Clayton, 4 days each week. The position requires a self-motivated and energetic individual who will manage the tax reporting and tax planning function. Individual will oversee the completion of accurate tax returns to minimize the tax obligations of the family business and individual shareholders and must be familiar with regulations at the federal and state level. Individual will also be responsible for managing the accounting function of the corporate office including the completion of ledger accounts and financial statements. The position also leads and directs two staff accountants.
Coordinates preparation and review individual shareholder tax returns, fiduciary tax returns and gift tax returns.
Prepares quarterly tax estimates for above.
Coordinates and participates in tax planning meetings with corporate CPA firm and divisional CFO/Controller.
Coordinates and participates is estate planning meetings with family law firm and senior shareholders.
Reviews and manages senior shareholder investments.
Coordinates and reviews quarterly corporate income estimates.
Prepares annual basis calculations for corporation and individual investments.
Supervises two staff accountants including preparation of annual CPA audit of corporation.
Supervises general ledger and preparation of financial statements for several shareholder investments in entities such as charitable foundations, yacht, airplanes, and real estate.
Manages digital storage of accounting records and tax returns.
Requires a bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field and
- At least seven years of professional experience
- Must be proficient in Microsoft (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and QuickBook
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