Tax Assistant

Search Consultancy
30 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Tax Assistant / Bury / £25,000 / Permanent

My client, a leading a financial services business in Bury, is recruiting a Tax Assistant. You will be joining a company with a fantastic culture that promotes teamwork and self development. This is a great opportunity for the right person to progress in their career and achieve success. The offices are modern and conveniently located with a local café and offer free parking.

Tax Assistant duties:
- Preparation of corporation tax schedules for payment on account purposes and annual computations from accounting data
- Preparation of quarterly VAT data ensuring compliance with VAT legislation, including partial exemption
- Management of data and preparation and submission of P11Ds in line with HMRC requirements
- Ensuring timely submission, payment and tax compliance across all direct and indirect taxes
- Making recommendations to the HOD for tax efficiency, savings and implementation of any HMRC approved plans.
- Monitoring expense claims and ensure reporting is in line with HMRC regulations
- Assisting HR colleagues with regards to employment tax issues
- Collating client data on a monthly basis and preparing client journals for processing
- Liaising with clients to ensure consistent accurate and timely information
- Liaising with account managers and attend client visits where required
- Preparing monthly management accounts for external clients in accordance with strict timetable
- Liaising with managers, clients and client auditors when required

Tax Assistant requirements:
- Experience in a similar role
- ATT part or fully qualified
- Professional and presentable
- Ambitious
- Switched on

For immediate consideration please send your CV to or call Adam on 0161 835 8314

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