TaxConnections Seeks Ambassadors For Each State And Country

TaxConnections seeks Ambassadors in all 50 states and each country to help us build out our subscription platform. If you have knowledge of the tax professional community and enjoy interacting with people on the phone, you will enjoy being one of our Ambassadors. You will be given a state or country and be compensated as a revenue share of your work. You will make your own hours, work remote and have a genuine desire to interact with tax professionals and work towards advising them on how to be successful utilizing our technology. We are an organization that supports and serves tax professionals in becoming more successful. We will not use bots or AI to interact with tax professionals; we want human beings who can listen to the needs of our members and who cares about our tax professional members business needs. This can only be accomplished by a human being. Your compensation is unlimited and tied solely to your outreach production.

If you were in an organization resizing, we are a great place to make connections all over the world. You can do this job moving around the country working with a laptop and cell phone. You have the freedom to be peripatetic, traveling from place to place around the country or world. We will provide you with all the leads since we have a 8M+ database of professionals (1M+ tax professionals and 7M+ small and medium sized businesses).
Contact if interested or call 858.999.0053.

IRS Quickly Moves Forward With Taxpayer Service Improvements; 4,000 Hired Plus 1000 More By End Of Year

The Internal Revenue Service announced significant progress to prepare for the 2023 tax filing season as the agency passed a milestone of hiring 4,000 new customer service representatives to help answer phones and provide other services.

These assistors have been hired over the last several months and are being trained to provide help to taxpayers, including answering phone questions. This is part of a much wider IRS improvement effort tied to the Inflation Reduction Act funding approved in August. The IRS continues working hard on implementing the landmark 10-year legislation, and updates on other improvement areas will be provided in the near future.

“The IRS is fully committed to providing the best service possible, and we are moving quickly to use new funding to help taxpayers during the busy tax season,” said IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig. “Our phone lines have been simply overwhelmed during the pandemic, and we have been unable to provide the help that IRS employees want to give and that the nation’s taxpayers deserve. But help is on the way for taxpayers. As the newly hired employees are trained and move online in 2023, we will have more assistors on the phone than any time in recent history.”

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Is the IRS on a hiring spree? John Reyna, Freeman Law, Texas

Yes! So, if you’ve ever wanted to work as an auditor for the IRS, then it’s time to dust off your resume. The IRS is hiring thousands of auditors by the end of September 2021. And if you’re on the other side of the aisle, then take your vacation before October 2021. 

At a recent tax conference, the co-commissioners of IRS’s Small Business/Self-Employed Division and the commissioner of the Criminal Investigation Division announced that they are adding roughly 2,500 new workers before the end of September. Specifically, the SB/SE Division will add about 2,000 positions, including 1,300 revenue agents. The CI Division will add 500 people, with close to half of those being special agents.

Why the sudden influx of employees?

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Looking For A Tax Job? Give Yourself A Valuable Advantage

TaxConnections will help anyone currently looking for a tax job get noticed by key hiring decision-makers. Several calls have come to us from hiring authorities about the adjustments  they have had to make in their tax organizations during this pandemic. However, what we are now experiencing is a Who’s Who of accounting firms and corporate organizations coming to TaxConnections to find tax expertise for their organization. The post is focused on being the lifeline for tax professionals currently unemployed and searching for a tax job in today’s market.

You must position your tax expertise in front of an audience looking for tax expertise. You must make it easy for hiring authorities to find you. You must understand that it is easier for hiring authorities to find you on professional branding and marketing platform.

Why is it easier for hiring executives to find you on TaxConnections?

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Looking For A Tax Job? Advice Of An Internationally Recognized Tax Recruiter

While speaking to an accounting firm principal recently, he mentioned layoffs in the firms. What I shared privately surprised him. Last week, several clients called needing to hire more people in their tax organizations. Yes, we are in the middle of a pandemic and corporate tax departments are actively hiring. In the words of one Tax Director, “We are in more than one hundred countries globally and are already set up to work remotely from home any day of the week. We have a lot of experience working remotely so we are getting our work done.”

Another fact you may find interesting, I recently placed a tax executive and they start this coming week working from home. Working remote was not in the job description. The company wired up a computer and sent it to their home. Fortunately, there are corporate decision-makers who take action and get things done no matter what the circumstances. They know tax increases are coming and are hiring trained tax experts in their tax departments now. They know there is a shortage of available trained tax expertise given the current and certainly future demand.

What is happening in the tax job market right now?

1. Baby Boomer tax professional early retirements are increasing the availability of jobs.
2. Tax reform and tax technology requires tax professionals with a new set of tools.
3. Tax professionals with software technology expertise are thriving in this market.
4. The skills and knowledge required are changing for tax professionals every day.
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Kat Jennings - Tax Recruiter Inside Look At Hiring Pregnant Women

For more than three decades, I have worked with organizations which have interviewed and hired pregnant women. I have also worked with companies who quietly declined to hire women who are pregnant but gave other reasons for not hiring them. As an executive search professional, who has placed thousands of tax professionals, you often see behind the scenes how pregnant women are interviewed and handled. This post discusses my personal experience and observations in how companies handled pregnant women in the field of tax.

As an expert in executive tax search with a long list of clients, I have experienced a wide range of scenarios in the hiring process. What is always interesting to me is the hiring of pregnant women. For the record, my three sons are 25, 25, 26 so my child bearing years are behind me. However, my tax executive search practice was so busy when I had my sons there was no way I would stop working. I took two weeks off after my first son and one month after my identical twins. I was on the phone helping clients even from my hospital bed. It is in my DNA to work hard and after years of raising three sons, I am still a hard driving producer of work for clients searching for tax expertise. Some people are born out of the womb with incredible drive.

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Kat Jennings

The number of tax professionals who call us each week about remote work is increasingly steadily. Guaranteed the trend towards remote tax jobs will grow dramatically in the years ahead. What tax professionals want to work remote? What is really happening right now causing this trend? How can you raise your hand to be considered for remote tax opportunities? What companies are looking for remote tax workers?

If you have been following my blogs these past few months, you are learning that there are many good reasons the remote tax workforce is growing. Corporations now hire many remote tax experts as consultants; tax and accounting services firms have been outsourcing remote tax consultants for years; law firms are more accepting of research being conducted by lawyers who prefer to work part-time from home; and governments are now studying a remote government tax workforce and implementing test programs. All of these organizations have something in common; they are saving money on rental office space, and many are even saving on computer and phone equipment. Remote workers also reduce the amount of traffic on the road during heavy commute time. Given that some states are now planning to tax those on the road during heavy traffic hours, it is obvious the remote tax work force will continue to grow.

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Tax Jobs - Director of Tax Jobs

TaxConnections Executive Search Services Division has been retained on four senior tax executive leadership roles all located in different parts of the country. If you have an interest in a lead tax role in California, North Dakota, New Jersey please contact us at

For your information, TaxConnections Executive Search clients do not advertise any of these opportunities on the job boards. Our clients privately retain us to conduct a comprehensive national search for the lead tax executives they seek.

If you want to be informed privately of tax executive roles unavailable anywhere else in the country, we suggest you become a TaxConnections Member to be the first to be confidentially informed. We reach out to corporate tax executives we know first. It is smart to be in TaxConnections Worldwide Directory of Tax Professionals! Read More

TaxConnections CEO Kat Jennings is hosting a valuable conference call on Friday, May 18th2018 at 9:00AM PDT/10:00AM MT/11:00AM CT/12:00NOON EST specifically to teach tax professionals how to be more successful finding a tax job or consulting roles. As a globally recognized tax search expert with a long list of clients, Kat will teach you what you need to know! Most people are in the dark what to do and Kat brings you into the spotlight!

Want to stop wasting time submitting your resume to company portals? Want to know why companies never respond to your resume submissions? Want to know why there are more tax jobs out there today but people cannot find you? Want to learn the challenges hiring authorities encounter to find you? It is nearly impossible to succeed until you understand the barriers to success and how to break down the walls preventing you from getting to the decision-makers.

There is a lot that prevents you from getting an interview and I will teach you how to get key decision makers to notice you! After years teaching senior tax executives how to get to the top, I will teach you how to do it. All you need to do is listen in on a conference call (no webinar, just a call in conference limited to the first 400 tax professionals).

This session is for tax professionals exclusively who want to find employment or consulting projects.

Go to this link and click on radio dial “To Find A Tax Job” for information that will help you even when you are not looking.

Date: Friday, May 18, 2018

Time: 9:00AM PDT/10:00AM MT/11:00AM CT/12:00 NOON EST

Call In Number: 605.562.0400/ Access Code 946 5628

Have questions? Contact Kat Jennings.


The Tax Manager role requires partnership, S corp and individual tax consulting experience and the skills to effectively diagnose clients’ needs in order to develop and implement solutions. Primary responsibilities involve providing tax compliance, tax accounting, tax research and planning on partnerships, s corps and individual tax return for sophisticated clientele. We will build upon your technical strengths in order to expand your expertise in partnership, s corp and individual taxation. Read More

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.


  • 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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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.


  • 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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