A tax accountant plays a vital role in preparing and submitting tax forms. Additionally, a tax accountant analyzes financial information and assist all departments are well-informed of the current best practices in the field of accounting. A tax accountant is valuable to the accounting and finance department as they have formal education and training in how to properly account for company expenses and the correct way to file yearly tax forms.
Tax Accountants require specialized training and must hold at least a bachelor's degree in accounting. Additional certification, such as a Certified Public Accountant license is generally required for higher level positions. A tax accountant will organize and analyze spending and seek to increase write-offs and lower the businesses taxable profit. Due to the financial and personal nature of the position, a tax accountant must possess both personal integrity and meticulous attention to detail.
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