Tax Compliance Manager Salary
The average salary for a Tax Compliance Manager is $77,423 per year. Experience has a moderate effect on income for this job.
Job Description for Tax Compliance Manager
A tax compliance manager works for a certain company and makes sure that the various departments are complying to tax rules. The tax compliance manager may be employed by a consulting firm or directly by the company being serviced. In doing the duties of the job, the tax compliance manager can make sure that liability to the company is reduced.Read More...
The tax compliance manager will be responsible for many cases at a time, so it is important to be able to multitask. When problems are noted in the taxes of a certain department, the manager should request follow-up information from the department or take any action necessary to correct the situation.
A tax compliance manager may be required to have a bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree in a related field. It is important to have strong knowledge of the current state and federal tax laws. It is important to keep up to date on any changes that are made in said laws. Much of the work of this job is done independently, so it is important to be self-motivated. Strong communication skills, both verbal and written, are important. The tax compliance manager will also often be expected to educate various departments on tax policies, so public speaking skills may come in handy. It is also essential to have strong computer skills in order to analyze and input data, among other duties. Experience in management is also frequently required.
Tax Compliance Manager Tasks
- Create and verify calculations, forecasts, and tax returns.
- Advise on tax planning, accounting, and compliance.
- Gather, review, and validate information needed for tax process.
- Identify areas for improvements or savings during tax compliance process.
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