Crystal Lake, IL Location
Summary: The Tax Manager supervises engagements and assumes full responsibility for tax compliance and various projects relative to assigned client engagements including review of individual, trust, estate, non-profit, partnership, and corporate returns; tax research; preparation of client memoranda; and preparation of quarterly federal and state estimated tax payments. The Tax Manager has specific practice development goals to drive revenue and manage client engagements. This position offers excellent opportunities for leadership development and career advancement.
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Please submit cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. No telephone calls please.
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