Tax Day is here.
Tax Day means that all of your behind-the-scenes work is finally paying off. Your skills are taking center stage, and you have rocked this tax season. Tax professionals, take a bow.
If you’re not getting the rock star treatment you deserve, we can help.
Here are just a few of our tax stars and how they are rocking during tax season:
- Tax Accountant: They prepare federal, state or local tax returns for their devoted fans, business establishments or other organizations. Like the rhythm guitarist, a tax accountant contributes to the harmony of a tax season “performance.” Yes, a strong tax accountant will keep that “rhythmic pulse” moving, but they do so much more! Learn more by checking out the full Tax Accountant Job Description
- Senior Tax Accountant: They’re the lead guitarist or front man/woman of the band. They “shred” federal, state or local tax returns for individuals, business establishments or other organizations. Don’t worry: they don’t actually shred them in the literal sense. We’re speaking in guitar solo lingo. We just mean performing at a high level, showing off their experience and technical know-how.
- Tax Manager: They’re like the bass player — keeping the groove and energy moving toward accounting and finance glory. They manage the “band” (i.e. department) responsible for preparation of all tax returns. They’re usually the ones whom the rest of the members turn to for “musical” guidance.
- Tax Director: Every band looking for fame needs a good band manager to lead all activities of the group. Tax Directors fill that role for their accounting teams and supporting cast. They direct all personnel responsible for ensuring that tax reports have been properly prepared and filed on time. What would The Beatles have been without Brian Epstein? Probably not the greatest band of all time, that’s for sure.