Private Client Tax Senior

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    Tax, Personal Tax, Private Client Tax

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  • Salary:

    £40,000 - £45,000

  • Contact:

    Jack Wyatt

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  • Published:

    about 2 years ago

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This well know Top 100 Accountancy firm are looking to add to the tax team in their central London office. Duties will be to support the private client tax team in a mixed role for the broad range of clients they work with.

The candidate should be experienced in the areas of compliance work and should be interested in gaining exposure to more advisory focused areas, as there will be plenty of opportunity to work with the senior manager and partner on ad hoc assignments.

You will need to be confident enough to manage a portfolio of personal tax clients this will include; company directors, sole traders and HNWI’s.  You will have responsibility for ensuring that all compliance work is completed accurately and efficiently through the preparation and review of personal tax computations and returns.

The role will also present the successful candidate with opportunities to work in other areas in tax, including corporation tax, P11D, non-resident landlord tax returns, ATED returns, trusts and HMRC enquiry work.

You will ideally have experience in personal tax or mixed tax role and either be qualified or studying towards one of the following qualifications - ACA/CTA/ACCA/ATT

This role represents an ideal opportunity to work for a large practice with an established client base who can offer excellent prospects for career development.
For further information on this role please contact Jack Wyatt at Clark Wood - jwyatt@clark-wood.co.uk / 01173 291056

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