US Tax Manager

Our client's tax group is seeking for an experienced International Tax Manager to join their team.


  • Responsible for international corporate tax engagements involving tax planning opportunities, tax minimization strategies, and compliance issues for Canadian entities carrying on business in foreign countries;
  • Assist clients in determining which corporate structure would be the most effective in different countries – subsidiary, branch, or joint-venture partnership;
  • Assist clients in determining effective methods of efficient capitalization and financing;
  • Possesses technical expertise relating to complex off-shore tax and assurance issues;
  • Perform due diligence or modeling with respect to potential acquisitions by Canadian entities of international subsidiaries, partnerships or business operations;
  • Computation of surplus accounts and foreign accrual property income (“FAPI”);
  • Review domestic/international federal and multi-state corporate/partnership information returns;
  • Communicate with staff members as well as clients with regard to corporate tax queries;
  • Review discrepancies and irregularities in financial entries and reports;
  • Research client issues that arise from compliance or planning work such as the effects of various tax treaty provisions on the taxpayer (capital gains, dividends, business profits, etc.);
  • Review Canadian tax returns for accuracy and completeness from other team members.


  • Completion of a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation;
  • Possess a Master’s Degree in Taxation, or Member of the Bar;
  • A minimum of 5 years’ work experience in Public Practice;
  • Solid experience preparing and reviewing international tax compliance and tax reorganizations;
  • Strong planning and organizational skills.


  • Bilingual (French and English);
  • Proficient interpreting and applying tax legislations;
  • Proficient with tax research methods and databases;
  • Proficient in Microsoft Suite; particularly in Excel and Word;
  • Excellent written and verbal skills;
  • Comfortable with financial data.

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