A business tax director is responsible for creating, planning, and implementing a cohesive tax strategy for their business. Their primary responsibility is the preparation and completion of tax reports, which includes ensuring that company tax documents and returns are complete, organized, and accurate. If any tax issues arise within the company, the tax director must resolve them. Business tax directors must be responsible for understanding relevant domestic tax laws; depending on the company, tax directors may also need to understand tax laws in other countries (especially if the company has dealings or holdings overseas).
Tax Director Tasks
Direct strategy to increase use of credits, incentives and other tax-related accounting items.
Review and evaluate all accounting procedures for compliance and accuracy.
Oversee quarterly and annual regulatory and tax preparation, submission and disclosures.
Interview, train, and oversee tax staff.