What will you be doing?
The Tax team are responsible for providing tax packs to the Statutory Reporting team and also for submitting CT600 returns to HMRC.
The Tax accountant will support and provide assistance to the Tax Accounting Manager or Senior Operations Manager, deputising where relevant. The Tax Accountant will undertake the duties relevant to their designated business area and will carry out tasks to a high standard; ensuring work is completed accurately and on time. The Tax Accountant should adhere to all controls, regulatory guidelines and procedures that affect the business area.
As a Tax Accountant, some of your responsibilities will include:
Prepare accurate quarterly, interim and final tax provisions within agreed timescales.
Compilation of annual tax computations and returns for sending to HMRC within required deadlines.
Calculation and timely payment of corporation tax liabilities and processing income tax reclaims.
Ensuring relevant tax documentation is in place and lodged with custodians on time.
Ensure all HMRC correspondence is dealt with and filed in a timely manner.
Making sure the tax planner is updated accordingly.
Being familiar with relevant reference material (such as Offshore Tax Manual and CTA 2009) to carry out the role effectively.
To be successful in this role, you should:
Tax accounting experience gained within a financial institution, outsourced provider or accounting firm.
Demonstrable knowledge of investment management, including relevant terminology.
Demonstrable knowledge of the regulatory environment and how it applies to and impacts your role.
Experience of delegating and reviewing work advantageous but not essential.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office packages, in particular Word and Excel.
Completed or studying towards a relevant accounting and/or tax qualification e.g. ACCA or CTA.
As a colleague here at Tilney, Smith & Williamson you will have access to benefits that include:
Private medical insurance
Hybrid working model (role dependant)
Generous holiday package
Option to purchase additional holiday
Shared parental leave