Tax Specialist


  • Prepare and assist in the review of federal and state income tax accruals & reconciliations, (current and deferred taxes; F109 GAAP and SSAP #10R), including provision to return reconciliations and inter-company FIT settlements
  • Prepare quarterly and annual financial statement disclosures, (NAIC Statutory and GAAP basis)
  • Prepare and assist in the review of federal and state income tax compliance, including preparation of federal and state return, estimated tax payments and extension
  • Assist with gathering and creating federal and state audit support, as needed, including coordination of supporting documentation to external auditors
  • Perform internal federal and state tax analysis;
  • Prepare and/or review some state & local tax compliance, designated states, including final returns, estimates, and extensions where required.
  • Assist with Tax Dept. SOX compliance, including updating process narratives and related test work.
  • Streamline tax files to ensure optimum automation of the tax accrual and compliance process.
  • Prepare and assist with the audit of the Form 5500 s and Form 990 s for the pension plan, benefit plan and welfare plans.
  • Participate in federal & state tax related internal and external projects.


  • Federal and/or state tax knowledge
  • Knowledge of statutory and/or GAAP financial accounting helpful
  • If a Glastonbury CT office hire, quarterly overnight and other periodic travel to Branchville, NJ will be required.
  • B. S. Accounting is preferred
  • 3 5 Years of Tax Accounting Experience
  • Masters in Taxation / Accounting or CPA preferred but not required

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