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Tax Attorney / Tax - Controversy and Dispute Resolution Attorney in Boston, MA

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Company name

KPMG International

Organization Type

In-House

Job Type

Attorney

Practice Area

Tax
Tax - Controversy and Dispute Resolution
Tax - Federal
Tax - General
Tax - International
Tax - M&A and Transactions
Tax - State & Local

Years of Experience

Min 5 yrs required

Location

USA Boston, MA

Date Last Verified

May 09,2018

Posted on

Feb 21,2018

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Profile

Manager, International Tax Responsibilities: Serve as an international tax advisor to clients in a range of industries on international tax services and offerings; Assist with business development for the expansion of services to new and existing clients; work collaboratively with other practice groups within tax, the firm, and non-U.S. Member firms to bring the right services and experience to address and resolve client issues; Manage, direct, monitor, and deliver multiple client engagement teams while maintaining active communication with clients in an effort to manage expectations and satisfaction. Research, write, and review client tax advice relating to domestic and international tax matters. Manage and direct international aspects of outsourced or co-sourced compliance and other quantitative oriented international tax engagements. Monitor and convey information to clients regarding U.S. technical developments as well as their application to federal and international tax issues.

Qualification and Experience

The candidate should have bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university; licensed CPA or JD / LLM or foreign equivalent, combined with Enrolled Agent. Should have 5+ years of experience in international corporate taxation, or a minimum of five years of experience in M&A or federal tax and a desire to move into international corporate taxation. With international corporate tax experience should have previous experience with several of the following common international tax planning areas: outbound transactional structuring, Subpart F and 954(h), inbound transactional structuring, check the box principles, U.S. tax treaty research and interpretation, repatriation strategies, intellectual and intangible property planning, structured finance, base shifting, FSC/EIE, foreign tax credit planning, transfer pricing, and international mergers and acquisitions. With other experience seeking to move into international corporate taxation should have in depth experience in planning areas relevant to their existing discipline. Strong planning, research, and communication skills, as well as general knowledge of corporate tax compliance. Solid understanding of FAS 109 and U.S. federal taxation.

Additional info

Requisition #: 31328

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
KPMG International
Two Financial Center
60 South Street
Boston, MA 02111