PwC State and Local Tax Abandoned and Unclaimed Property Director in Atlanta, Georgia
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The PricewaterhouseCoopers State and Local Tax (SALT) practice is dedicated to helping its clients assess their state and local tax burden by recommending solutions that support their overall business objectives and provide support so that their filling positions are consistent with good business practices and with the states' applicable tax laws and rules. Our practice is structured as a true network of well respected state and local tax professionals, including many former key state officials. As a national network, we assign SALT professionals best suited to address our clients' needs, without regard to geographic barriers. Whether a company is undergoing a complicated business restructuring, grappling with the adoption on FASB Interpretation No. 48, or interested in advice on day-to-day developments, our SALT practice is well suited to address state and local tax needs. Our Abandoned and Unclaimed Property (AUP) team assists companies (other than SEC attest clients) in identifying and quantifying property subject to states' escheat provisions.
The State and Local Tax
- Abandoned and Unclaimed Property (SALT AUP) professionals have well-established relationships with legal counsel who work in this area and who have experience interpreting the unclaimed property statutes.
Minimum Year(s) of Experience: 8
Minimum Degree Required: Bachelor's degree in Accounting
Certification(s) Required: CPA, Enrolled Agent or Member of the Bar
Degree Preferred: Juris Doctorate with Accounting or Tax, or Master's degree in Taxation
Extensive knowledge of identifying and quantifying property subject to states' escheat provisions, abandoned and unclaimed property statutory issues, including planning, restructuring, due diligence, and audit defense for companies with a presence in multi-state jurisdictions.
Extensive technical skills, including interpreting and applying abandoned and unclaimed property statutory law, applying changes in legislation, identifying restructuring opportunities and compliance. Thorough experience identifying and addressing client needs: developing and sustaining deep client relationships using networking, negotiation and persuasion skills to identify and sell potential new service opportunities; preparing and presenting complex written and verbal materials; and defining resource requirements, project workflow, budgets, billing and collection. Thorough experience as a team leader: leading teams to generate a vision, establish direction and motivate members, create an atmosphere of trust, leverage diverse views, coach staff, and encourage improvement and innovation.
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