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R&D Tax Attorney Advisor at Equifax
$87.000 - $131.000
27 Apr → 27 May
Equifax is where you can power your possible. If you want to achieve your true potential, chart new paths, develop new skills, collaborate with bright minds, and make a meaningful impact, we want to hear from you.
Our team of tax attorneys helps companies optimize their R&D tax credits. We help various industries and many types of companies - from startups (to offset payroll taxes) through large companies (to offset corporate income taxes).
What you’ll do:
Conduct onsite or teleconference technical interviews with company executives and key personnel.
Perform and write legal analysis for tax incentive claims.
Review and analyze the technical activities of companies from various industries such as engineering, software development, and manufacturing.
Effectively quantify research and development tax benefits.
Research applicable state and federal tax laws and assist with other tax incentives as needed.
May assist in audit defense for both state and federal audit examinations.
What experience you need:
What could set you apart:
Interest in R&D tax credit and learning more about the companies that perform R&D
Bachelor’s Degree in either engineering, computer science, physical science, or any other type of hard science
Ability to pay attention to minute details
Ability to manage and be responsible for varying client loads and deadlines
Ability to work within a team environment
Available to travel, approximately 15%
We offer comprehensive compensation and healthcare packages, 401k matching, paid time off, and organizational growth potential through our online learning platform with guided career tracks.
Are you ready to power your possible? Apply today, and get started on a path toward an exciting new career at Equifax, where you can make a difference!
Equifax is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.