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Blockchain And Corporate Taxation: Change Is Coming

While the technology can sound quite complex, a blockchain is essentially an immutable, distributed ledger. This means that instead of a single, third-party record holder, every authorized party within the blockchain holds an instantly updated record of all transactions. Blockchain maintains data integrity this way because it’s virtually impossible to alter the data of every single ledger. Any discrepancies found will be compared against every ledger and any fraudulent data found will be disregarded. Read more

Tax Manager – Mergers & Acquisitions (San Francisco, CA)

As a member of our team, you’ll be involved with working closely with private equity firms, public and privately held companies, advising them on tax structuring matters, financial and tax due diligence, and assistance with closing M&A transactions.

Responsibilities:

  • Develops, grows and serves as a firm technical resource for the U.S. income tax aspects of financial due diligence and mergers and acquisitions (M&A)
  • Leverages technical knowledge and experience to provide effective project management and practice development; delivering timely and responsive services and products that meet and/or exceed client expectations

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Head Of Tax And Treasury (San Francisco Bay Area)

TaxConnections Executive Search Services Division has been retained to conduct a search for a Head of Tax with a very successful San Francisco Bay area company.

Head Of Tax And Treasury (San Francisco Bay Area)

The Head of Tax will work closely with management in reviewing global corporate tax compliance, the global tax provision, transfer pricing and treasury strategy. Responsibilities include managing global outside tax consultants and reviewing processes and procedures. The Head of Tax will partner with internal business leaders to effectively manage exposure. Read more

Tax Reform Impacts The Research Tax Credit, Domestic Production Activities Deduction & Orphan Drug Credit

Lower Corporate Tax Rate
The law cuts the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%. In effect, this cut increases the Research Credit’s net benefit by more than 21%, from its previous amount of 65% to the law’s 79%.

The 21% increase in the credit’s net value is due to IRC Section 280C(c). Read more

Looking For Job Opportunities – Tax Manager, Pleasanton, CA & Senior Tax Analyst, San Francisco Bay Area/East Bay

Kat Jennings

Looking for a tax job? Trying to kick-start your career in a new city? Currently, There is a tax manager position in Pleasanton, CA. Also, there is a Senior Tax Analyst position near the San Francisco, CA area. Read the descriptions below to see if you would be a good fit.

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Looking For Job Opportunities – Tax Manager, Pleasanton, CA & Senior Tax Analyst, San Francisco Bay Area/East Bay

Tax Jobs

Looking for a tax job? Trying to kick-start your career in a new city? Currently, There is a tax manager position in Pleasanton, CA. Also, there is a Senior Tax Analyst position near the San Francisco, CA area. Read the descriptions below to see if you would be a good fit.

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Looking For Job Opportunities – Tax Manager, Pleasanton, CA & Senior Tax Analyst, San Francisco Bay Area/East Bay

tax jobs

Looking for a tax job? Trying to kick-start your career in a new city? Currently, There is a tax manager position in Pleasanton, CA. Also, there is a Senior Tax Analyst position near the San Francisco, CA area. Read the descriptions below to see if you would be a good fit.

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Senior Tax Analyst Position Available – San Francisco Bay Area/East Bay

Tax Jobs

The Senior Tax Analyst role requires experience to effectively understand clients’ needs and provide solutions. Primary responsibilities involve tax compliance, tax accounting, tax research and planning projects for the firm’s sophisticated clientele. Experience in U.S. federal, international, state and local tax and tax provision is desired in this role. We will build upon your technical strengths in order to grow your expertise in other tax areas. Our firm builds well-rounded tax professionals to serve a myriad of client needs which leads to continued professional growth. Our culture is to develop trusted tax advisors with sound judgement with the highest ethical standards in the profession.

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FinCEN Expands Reach of Real Estate “Geographic Targeting Orders”

William Byrnes

U.S. Title Insurers Required to Identify High-End Cash Buyers in Six Major Metropolitan Areas

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) today announced Geographic Targeting Orders (GTO) that will temporarily require U.S. title insurance companies to identify the natural persons behind shell companies used to pay “all cash” for high-end residential real estate in six major metropolitan areas.

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Think You Can Hide From The IRS? Target San Francisco Bay Area, California

The IRS is using its extensive Big Data resources to pin-point their investigations to the wealthiest areas in the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley. The idea being that anyone who is selected for investigation in these areas will result in a higher tax liability than those who live in less affluent areas. The government is looking for non-filers, persons engaged in on-line and virtual currency transactions, businesses cheating or delinquent on employment taxes and individuals with undisclosed foreign bank accounts.

Non-Filers

When a taxpayer does not file and the IRS has information statements indicating a filing requirement, the IRS uses the data to file a return on behalf of the taxpayer if there is a projected balance owed. In 2012, the IRS used information statements to file 803,000 returns Read more

5 Survival Tips For Tax Season

Tax Season Stress Relievers –

It’s almost that time of year that we all look forward to, especially accountants buckling down with their survival kits! It goes without saying that money and stress go hand in hand. For that reason it is easy to understand that the tax preparation season can be a stressful time of year for CPAs. It is not uncommon for them to put in 70-80 hours/week during the tax season including sleepless nights, lots of coffee, and weekends at the office. To help reduce some stress for our CPAs this tax season, we have put together a list of tips to help ease the stress and make these coming weeks as painless as possible: Read more

Are You Missing the Boat? Do You Find Tax Credits Too Complex? We Don’t!

Today, there currently are nearly 3,000 tax credits and incentives programs in the United States, sponsored by federal, state and local governments to drive job creation, employee training, capital investment and new business development. These statutory and negotiated opportunities – including point-of-hire tax credits, to property & sales tax incentives, to utility & infrastructure abatements, to name a few – are available to companies of all sizes, across a broad range of industries.

But a relatively small number of companies, regardless of their size or financial sophistication, are benefiting fully from the tax credit and incentive-related benefits to which they are entitled. Industry estimates suggest that fewer than 25 percent of eligible US businesses participate in Read more