We are currently conducting an executive search for a Spanish bi-lingual Tax Associate or CPA candidate that comes from a small to medium sized public accounting firm. Compensation is $50,000 - $80,000 plus bonuses and annual reviews. The CPA firm is located in Tucson, but candidates have the option to work remotely in the Phoenix area or have a relocation fee.
The international division is the fastest growing department and this position is an excellent opportunity for someone who has knowledge in international tax reporting and is fluent in Spanish.
Relocation costs are available for this position to Tucson, Phoenix and Southern Arizona.
Position requires a basic knowledge of translating foreign financial information into US GAAP in addition to familiarity with and knowledge of Subpart F, GILTI and PFIC regimes and foreign entity classification rules. Additional knowledge in Foreign tax credit and preparing forms 1116 and 1118 along with the related income categories and methods of expense allocation is helpful.
Assists with U.S. tax reporting for U.S. persons owning foreign businesses, reporting related to transactions subject to the Foreign Investment in United States Real Property Tax Act and preparing forms 8288 and 8288-B. Familiarity with the definitions of United States Real Property Interests, the withholding rules, and exceptions including U.S. investment by Foreign Persons.
Some experience with; FinCen 114, Form 5471, Form 8938, Form 3520 (receipt of foreign gifts and beneficiaries of foreign estates), Form 3520 (reporting activity of a foreign trust)
The tax professional should also be proficient in preparing domestic US tax returns (1040, 1041, 1065, 1120, 1120S).
Our client offers 100% paid medical benefits, great PTO, performance reviews, bonuses, and an unmatched work environment.
Client is actively looking so please apply today! We are an equal employment opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age (40 and over), gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other protected classification under federal and state law.
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
Foreign Tax Credit