Tax Manager - Creative Industry Boutique

Taylor Hawkes Ltd
Central London
£50,000 - £59,999
23 May 2019
27 May 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Taylor Hawkes are working with an independent, forward-thinking firm of Chartered Accountants based in the heart of Central London. They have grown rapidly and we are looking for similar minded people to become a part of our team.

Primarily they look after owner-managed businesses, multinationals and high net worth individuals with a focus on creative industries. Industries such as; Music, Media, Sports & Entertainment.

The successful applicant will be responsible for managing and developing a small team of tax qualified and trainees. The client base comprises of a mixture of personal tax, LLPs and corporate clients, and the work will include:
  • Personal tax compliance - self-employed individuals, LLP members and others.
  • Corporation tax compliance - mostly OMBs but several larger entities and some groups (these will be dealt on a day to day basis by the accounts team who prepare the CT600s, but may require some support).
  • Tax advisory on a wide and varied range of subjects including residence and domicile issues, EIS/SEIS, EMI and employee share schemes generally, profit extraction, IHT etc.
  • Manage client engagement - attending initial meetings, preparing scopes and quotes, etc.
  • Manage billing process - budgets, timescales and bills.
  • Liaise with accounts team on preparation of financial statements, allowable expenses, benefits in kind, salaries and dividends.
  • To manage the tax function, for a mixture of personal tax, LLPs and corporate clients.

  • Have a professional qualification (CTA / ATT).
  • Minimum of 2 years post qualification experience.
  • Good understanding of taxation software packages.
  • Ability to learn new software and apply knowledge and experience.
  • Have a good awareness of technology in general.
  • Good people and communication skills.

For more information please contact Nathan Cutler at Taylor Hawkes

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