The Research and Development Tax Credit Specialist is responsible for utilizing your industry-specific knowledge to provide technical advice on R&D tax. You should have previous success in building professional and trusted relationships with R&D clients. In this role, you will work closely with sales, accounting, and current and prospective clients. Additionally, you will be responsible for offering new tax credit services.
Responsibilities:Providing specialist advice on R&D tax creditsPreparation of written reports to support R&D tax credits claimsPreparing financial calculations to support claimsWork across a diverse portfolio of clientsAttending various client technical and business meetings
Requirements:Minimum of 2 years of related experience in R&D tax credits or tax complianceExcellent client service skills - internal and externalCritical thinking and problem solving skillsStrong research abilityStrong written and verbal communicationAbility to handle multiple priorities, tasks and simultaneous projects
Preferred:5+ years of experience in tax creditsPrevious experience with a top-tier accounting firmFamiliar with Hubspot, CRM systems, and other accounting and tax preparation software
Perks:Unlimited PTOCompetitive salaryEquity packageMedical insuranceMacbookNice people
We help small businesses with tax credits.
The US government provides a tax credit for companies that engage in qualified Research and Development (R&D) activities. This R&D Tax Credit, when filed properly, can save your start-up thousands.
We started this company after having missed out on this tax credit opportunity, ourselves. Our innovative system uses forecasting and analysis technology to help offset your payroll taxes, with a team of experts here to help every step of the way.
Unlike traditional accounting firms, our specialized team will compile all the proper paperwork for you in just a few days. All you have to do is answer a few questions to make sure you qualify, and your savings will be sent directly to you.
Candidates must be located in the United States.