Payroll Tax Analyst - Southfield, MI

    Thyssenkrupp
    Southfield, MI 48033
    Full-time, Part-time
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    Job Description

    Your ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Responsible for periodic, quarterly and annual US and Canada payroll tax reconciliation for 6 FEINS in 40 states in the US, as well as 2 Canadian entities in 4 provinces. (Heavy presence in Ohio, Indiana, California, and Quebec) • Investigate, resolve and respond to tax authority notices and correspondence in a timely manner • Work directly with accounting, accounts payable and payroll in reconciliation process to balance General Ledger, Payroll totals, and tax filing totals. • Responsible for identifying, registering, and administering new payroll taxes as work locations are created • Responsible for managing current tax accounts and making updates or closing accounts when locations are closed or moved • Development audits/controls for proper tax set up and reviews • Research, analyze, and evaluate tax changes for impact to company and employees. • Maintain state unemployment rates and ensure rates are updated timely. • Monitor and inform team of policy and/or legal changes to as required to keep payroll organization in compliance with tax rules. • Remain current on new legislation and regulatory rulings impacting payroll in both US and Canada and keep leadership abreast of upcoming changes that impact company • Review and analyze current payroll tax procedures and makes recommendations on process changes • Participate in system testing, troubleshooting and problem resolution. • Collaborate with team to support year-end processing. • Assist with internal and external audits and reporting requests, including providing information, reports and documentation and data analysis as needed. • W-2 processing and year end work • Manage outsourcing of tax fulfillment with ADP Smart Compliance • Utilize BSI Tax Factory Services to monitor and test tax updates • Partner with third party application developers to direct, test and apply tax configuration changes to on premise ERP system Your ProfileMinimum Requirements: • 5+ years' experience with US payroll tax reconciliation • Experience with multiple FEIN's, Multiple States, and Multiple localities • Strong understanding of payroll process flow and Federal, State and Local tax regulations • Strong working knowledge of payroll concepts, approved practices and procedures • Demonstrated skills in researching issues, troubleshooting and problem resolution. • Ability to multi-task, as well as track and meet critical deadlines, and collaborate with team • Strong Excel skills • Proven record dealing with confidential data using discretion • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience • Preferred requirements: Certified Payroll Professional, Experience with SAP Payroll, ADP Smart Compliance experience, Canadian Tax experience
    Posting ID: 588101985Posted: 2020-11-19