TaxConnections is representing a high net worth family office in San Francisco, CA to locate a Tax Specialist with 2-3 years of experience. The opportunity to work in this family office is a once in a lifetime career opportunity. It is ideal for anyone wanting to leave public accounting and go in-house and work with a highly supportive family office with a stellar reputation.The Tax Specialist is responsible for performing tax compliance and planning functions as well as providing tax support for various company entities, which include Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies and Corporate entities. The financial and team support they have given all of their employees during this time is extraordinary.
Significant emphasis will be on tax work related to Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies. Prepare federal and state income tax returns and forecasts and perform various tax planning and research projects that involve a high degree of complexity. Respond to audits by and information requests from various government authorities. Responsibilities include the following:
TaxConnections has been retained by an investment firm to fill a Tax Manager role located in San Francisco, CA. We would genuinely appreciate your review of this opportunity and kindly refer this to anyone who may appreciate learning more.
The Tax Manager will be responsible for assisting senior tax management with tax research and planning and all aspects of the tax compliance and forecasting for a very significant investment partnership and the related investment management entity. Individual must have a solid understanding of current tax laws including knowledge of investment partnership structures.
Researching and communicating the tax consequences of current and proposed investments will be a part of the responsibilities of the successful candidate. In addition, the position will require both the preparation and review of highly detailed complex Federal, California and multi-state income tax returns, foreign investment reporting implications, preparation of tax forecasts and researching complex tax issues. The Tax Manager must be able to perform multiple tasks, have proven project management skills and produce high quality, accurate and detailed work on a timely basis. Also, must be able to timely identify and communicate issues, positions, and opportunities both orally and in writing to management.
Responsibilities include the following:
TaxConnections has been retained by a high net worth family and investment group to locate a Tax Manager in San Francisco, CA. It is an opportunity of a lifetime for a tax professional with the requisite skills! Our client has an unusually high retention rate and rarely does an opportunity come up with this investment group.
The Tax Manger will be responsible for assisting senior tax management with tax research and planning and all aspects of the tax compliance and forecasting for a very significant investment partnership and the related investment management entity. Individual must have a solid understanding of current tax laws including knowledge of investment partnership structures. Researching and communicating the tax consequences of current and proposed investments will be a part of the responsibilities of the successful candidate.
Previously, I discussed keeping documented support for the basis of real estate. The easy part was the purchase and direct capital expenditures. But consider some of the other factors that directly impact your basis. Sale of an easement or eminent domain transfer, is it a sale, what is the allocated basis, does it diminish the remaining property value and if so how much? Read More
One of the IRS hot buttons lately is the cost basis. That applies to not only the basis of your stock and bond investments but also the much more diverse real estate holdings and private investments in partnerships, corporations, joint ventures, LLC’s and even trusts. Read More
Every year I get this question from clients wanting to invest in real estate through their IRA or SEP IRA. While it is not as straight forward as buying stocks, mutual funds or bonds it is doable if the proper steps are followed and adhered to. First you would transfer the existing IRA to a self-directed IRA, your banks and brokerage firms will not handle these type accounts. Then form a dedicated LLC to own the properties, it will have no other business except that of the investments by the IRA.
This article will discuss the general aspects of capital gains and losses, the brokers reporting to investors, how and where they are reported on Form 1040 and supporting schedules.
It is advantageous to have investment income in the form of long-term (held longer than one year) capital gains (LTCG) because they are taxed at a lower rate than ordinary income. For 2016, the net LTCG will be taxed at various rates depending on the tax bracket: