Tax Accountant - Entertainment Industry


Accounting + Finance


New York, New York

Employment Type



A top entertainment business management firm in New York is seeking a Tax Accountant to join their team. The primary responsibility of this role is to oversee client service work in the areas of business management and taxation.

Compensation : $75000 - $85000
Job ID : 12317

Job Function:

  • Preparation of complex, multi-state tax returns (individual, S corporation, C corporation,  partnership, estate and trusts)
  • Stay abreast of changing state and federal laws, policies, economic/political climate which may affect clients’ finances
  • Supervise and review staff accountant’s preparation of moderately complex tax returns
  • Conduct tax research and multi-jurisdictional planning
  • Act as a coach and trainer to develop staff members into efficient and effective client team members, and address performance issues and concerns as needed
  • Assist partners in identifying and onboarding prospective clients

Job Requirements:

  • 3+ years of experience in accounting and taxation for high net-worth individuals
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Sense of urgency and demonstrated ability to follow through
  • Commitment to professionalism and accuracy
  • Bachelor’s degree in finance or accounting; Masters in taxation preferred
  • Active CPA license highly preferred
  • Experience with Datafaction and GoSystems software is highly preferred
  • Prior exposure to royalties, touring services, music publishing and record label administration is highly preferred


Disclosure:  The hourly rates and/or salaries listed may or may not reflect total compensation packages including bonus and fringe benefits, etc., nor are the advertisement(s) posted a guarantee of a certain compensation package for a position or bona fide offer of employment.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.