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Location: City of london, London
Application Deadline: EXPIRED
Job Type: Higher Apprenticeship
Contract Type: Contract
Our people are our most valuable asset. We believe in creating lasting relationships not only with our clients but with our staff as well. Therefore we create a work environment that is supports professional development as well as being friendly and secure. Our people are encouraged to think creatively and innovatively to improve systems and processes and therefore increased efficiency. We routinely seek input and feedback from everyone both informally, through a specific task force or through staff surveys.
We understand people’s career decisions are motivated by professional development and progression, so we invest heavily in training towards achieving recognised qualifications and other in-house training for our tax, accounting and practice support professionals. We have our own dedicated Learning and Development department whose only purpose is to work with you to help you achieve your educational and personal goals.
We also believe that to achieve your best, support is critical and we have developed a very open culture where advice, feedback and support are actively offered.
We offer a range of personal support programmes during your career here from buddy schemes, flexible working arrangements and enhanced maternity packages to help you achieve your individual work/life balance needs.
Senior Tax Manager
Daniel joined Frank Hirth as a Tax Assistant in 2009. Daniel is a dual handler with experience in both US and UK taxation, he is an Enrolled Agent (EA), enrolled to practice before the Internal Revenue Service in the US and a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) in the UK.
Daniel has experience in providing advice on a wide range of private client tax issues, primarily focusing on individuals within partnerships in private equity and hedge funds, as well as employment tax issues for expatriate employees.
Senior Tax Manager
Stephen began his career at Frank Hirth in 2003 as part of the Entry Level Tax Assistants Scheme.
Stephen’s client portfolio involves a range of US and UK expatriate taxation planning and compliance issues for a wide range of clients. He also specialises in offering US and UK tax advice in cases of divorce, and providing US and UK tax services to private clients and business sponsored high net worth individuals.
Stephen was promoted to Senior Manager in 2014. He is a qualified Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) and US Enrolled Agent (EA), and is a member of the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT).