Tax Accountant Denver, CO and St Louis, MO Description Major ResponsibilitiesUnderstand general accounting and tax procedures based on the level of service provided Prepare and / or review tax returns for business returns (partnership, "C" corporation, "S" corporation, Not-for-Profit) and individuals Identify and communicate tax planning ideas for clients, including tax research, computations and related documentation Display advanced knowledge of tax related matters on client assignments Plan and execute the day-to-day activities of tax engagements of various clients in accordance with RubinBrown Client Service Standards Identify and communicate accounting matters to other engagement team members Direct communication with clients Review tax return preparation of tax staff and provide review notes, when appropriate Supervise the tax staff assigned to the engagement, when appropriate Identify performance improvement opportunities in preparation and review of client assignments All other duties, as assigned Requirements Preferred Experience / Background / SkillsBachelors degree in Accounting or related degree Masters degree in Taxation is preferred A minimum of three years of current and or recent tax experience in public accounting Strong technical skills including the ability to effectively utilize technology and the commitment to learning in the technology environment Excellent analytical and leadership ability Have the ability to meet challenging client requirements, provide services, and possess strong communication, interpersonal, analytical and research abilities Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (Word and Excel required).
Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strict adherence to professional ethics Ability to successfully contribute to the success of a strategic business unit of the firm Equal Opportunity Employer / Protected Veterans / Individuals with Disabilities.
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