The Property Tax Accountant is responsible for preparation and filing of personal property tax returns; research state and local property tax laws in order to legally minimize property tax liabilities.
The positions primary responsibilities include assisting with the preparation of USGAAP and IFRS financial statements and disclosures, preparing audit schedules and answering questions from external auditors, researching accounting topics and involvement in implementing new standards, preparation of corporate journal entries, and review of bank reconciliations.
Responsible for the month-end, quarter-end and year-end accounting and/or other business close cycles. Produces and/or distributes internal and external reports. Takes responsibility for accuracy of information.
The ideal candidate will have experience with QuickBooks and tax preparation software, be able to prepare/review individual, partnership, corporation, nonprofit, and trust tax returns. Experience with fixed asset depreciation, loan amortization applications, and software.
Responsible for the daily, monthly, quarterly, and annual accounting, record keeping and reporting of assigned mutual funds. Analyzes data to identify potential issues and performs research to develop appropriate solutions.
The ideal candidate will be well versed in the new technical accounting and revenue recognition standards, understand process flows and be able to make recommendations on how to ensure the new systems and processes are efficient and compliant when fully implementing Revenue Recognition across the organization.
As a Surety Account Analyst, you will be a key contributor and team leader on our Professional Advisory Services team, and will handle a variety of responsibilities, such as assessing the financial and operational strength of our accounts, including their reporting capabilities and the quality of their projections.