The position requires strong research and analytical skills, as well as significant practical experience, plus excellent writing ability. The Federal Tax Editor/Author:
- Creates, updates, and maintains expert analytical content for Thomson Reuters (TR) federal tax products (including FTC, Checkpoint Catalyst, TAPS, USTR, Complete Analysis) that reflects a high degree of knowledge, insight and practical experience.
- Writes or revises publishable editorial analysis and/or explanations of federal tax issues and developments, including legislation, court cases, regulations, rulings, procedures, and other guidance, in accordance with TR editorial standards and schedules.
- Maintains a high level of current expertise in assigned areas of federal tax law--in this case, corporate tax and international tax.
- Writes clearly and effectively about tax and related topics.
- Maintains proficiency in TR editorial processes, software programs and applications.
- Keeps abreast of the research needs and practices of relevant TR Markets, monitors competition.
- Answers subscriber inquiries.
- Applies technical expertise and exercises professional judgment in identifying and creating practical insights and action items for a sophisticated audience of tax professionals.
- J.D. (LL.M. in Taxation preferred) and/or CPA.
- 3+ years of significant recent federal tax research and/or practical experience in federal tax issues-i.e., law firm or accounting firm experience.
- Expertise in corporate tax and international tax (e.g., cross-border transactions).
- Excellent writing and editing skills, including ability to translate complex tax issues into concise, business English.
- Expertise and experience to add sophisticated editorial insight and practical guidance.
- Ability to produce useful, publishable material, including developments, under deadline pressure.
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