£33,000 - £40,000
about 2 years ago
Accountancy & Tax recruitment specialists Clark Wood are currently working with a leading firm of accountants in Hertford as they are seeking to add an experienced Private Client Tax Senior to join their team.
This highly reputable and well renowned firm are looking for an individual with strong Personal Tax experience to join the team where you will be responsible for undertaking varied role involving both compliance and advisory work.
You will work with a wide range of clients for whom you will be responsible for undertaking both compliance work, in the shape of preparation and review of personal tax, trust and partnership tax returns, as well as having some involvement in advisory and planning work for a range of clients including HNWIs, company directors and sole traders.
The ideal candidate will be ATT or ACA Qualified and may already hold or be working towards their CTA qualification.
This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious individual to develop their career within a forward-thinking firm where there will be continued development and scope for progression for the successful candidate.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Preparing personal tax returns for HNWI
Preparation of partnership tax returns and trusts
Reviewing junior staff's completion of personal self-assessment tax returns
Providing guidance, training and support to junior staff
Identifying tax planning opportunities for individuals and trusts
Assisting a tax partner with tax consulting work relevant to HNWI and trusts
ATT Qualified / CTA Part or Fully Qualified
Strong Personal Tax experience within a practice environment
For further information on this role please contact Jack Wyatt at Clark Wood - email@example.com / 01173 291056
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