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Tax Accountant - Aberdeen

ref: CMK29600

AAA are proud to be working with one of the leading business in the Aberdeen area.

Working in the Tax Compliance team, you will be responsible in assisting with the tax compliance and reporting obligations for the Group.


Preparation of regional quarterly reporting packages for tax
Preparation of year-end reporting tax packs under IFRS
Preparation of tax disclosures for IFRS statutory accounting purposes
Monitoring and reconciling tax accounts, including withholding tax reviews
Preparation of UK tax computations from base financial data and filing returns
Preparation and submission of CT61s
Liaising with external advisers to complete overseas returns
Ensuring there is consistency across the UK entities in terms of the working papers and final computations prepared
Ad hoc support on other projects as required
Candidates should ideally be CA/CTA qualified and have a good technical understanding of both Accounting and UK Corporate Tax. IFRS knowledge and experience ina similar role would be beneficial, although candidates making their first move, post-qualification, from private practice are also encouraged to apply.

If this role, and the potential benefits of it, is of interest then please get in touch with Craig Mackenzie.

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Craig Mackenzie

Craig Mackenzie

With over 10 years experience in generating relationships and understanding people, I take great pride in helping individuals get what they want. Now specialising in the mid-senior level Accountancy field, I feel that my success in previous years has given me the knowledge and expertise to help you. With significant success already in placing people locally as well as internationally, I look forward to speaking to you and helping you source a role that gives you everything you are looking for.

Call me now on 01224 259425 to discuss this vacancy.

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