Albert Goodman’s 300 plus people have a shared aim – to be the Firm that contributes most to our clients’ success. As a UK Top 50 Firm of Chartered Accountants, Tax Consultants and Financial Planners in the South West, we provide high-quality advice to businesses and individuals locally as well as nationally motivating our people to help businesses and individuals achieve their objectives. Our people are therefore vital to our continued success.
We are currently looking for a Business / Mixed Tax Manager or Senior Manager to join us in our Burnham-on-Sea office. We are looking for a self-motivated team player, up for the challenge of advising on a range of tax issues for a variety of clients
Ideally, (although no essential), the successful candidate will have the following experience, skills and attributes:
· Mixed Tax and Managerial experience
· Reviewing HNWI tax calculations
· Advising on tax planning for HNWI, to include non-doms tax planning advice
· Meeting with clients to discuss their tax affairs and identifying planning opportunities
· Capital gains tax planning for a range of issues such as on the main residence; investment properties; development land tax planning
· Trust tax compliance and planning opportunities
· IHT and estate planning
· SDLT compliance and identifying when particular reliefs might be relevant to a transaction
· Dealing with HMRC aspect and full enquiries, discussing areas of concern with clients and with HMRC and presenting strong, clear arguments in the defence of clients.
In return we offer a fantastic place to work in the South West with a competitive and flexible benefits package. Salary is negotiable based on skills, qualifications and experience.
To apply for this position please click here where you will be asked to complete a few details about yourself and also able to attach your CV and a covering letter detailing your suitability for the role in regards to the responsibilities, experience, skills and attributes as well as your salary / working hours pattern expectations and current notice period.