Our client's mission is to "serve, aid, and protect needy and vulnerable children and adults in ways that strengthen and preserve families, encourage personal responsibility, and foster independence."
We need a self-motivated person, contributing to a dynamic and forward-looking team that will assist our client's transformation of services for California's most vulnerable members. This digital transformation will require close collaboration with multiple, client product owners, and third parties. This initiative will have a lasting positive impact, enhancing the citizen experience and managing costs.
The Tax Accountant is responsible for all tax reporting and payment processes, in accordance with all the State and Federal tax reporting requirements. He/she prepares/files all required Federal and State tax forms for In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) wages. He/she notifies the State of required tax payment amounts; receives/ records notifications from the IRS to the State. He/she provides mandatory tax updates in compliance with all applicable tax laws. He/she updates the system with new values and rates related to tax deductions and reporting for each tax year. He/she coordinates all quarterly/annual tax deposits. He/she maintains all tax records, returns, schedules, and statements. He/she processes all FICA and SDI refunds, and provides all services supporting W-2, W-2c services. He/she submits UI, ETT, DI, and PIT withheld with a completed Payroll Tax Deposit (DE 88) quarterly. He/she is responsible for contractual deliverables.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
Provide all tax reporting and payment processes, in accordance with all the State and Federal tax reporting requirements.
Prepare and file all required Federal and State tax forms for all In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) wages.
Notify the State of required tax payment amounts; receive and record notifications from the IRS to the State, identifying that the transfer of the tax payment is complete.
Use the existing Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) to report Social Security and Federal unemployment tax on behalf of all IHSS recipients qualifying as employers for such benefits.
Provide mandatory tax updates in compliance with all applicable tax laws.
Updates the system with new values and rates related to tax deductions and reporting for each tax year as defined by Federal and State tax laws and publications.
Coordinate all quarterly and annual tax deposits as defined in IRS and Employment Development Department (EDD) publications.
Maintain all tax records, returns, schedules, and statements pursuant to the Code of Federal Regulations.
Process all Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) and all State Disability Insurance (SDI) refunds.
Provide all services supporting W-2 and W-2c reporting processes.
Mail a W-2 form to each provider by January 30th of each year; enter and maintain W-4 and DE 4 forms and records; update W-4 and DE 4 information no later than ten (10) State business days from the date of receipt.
Return all incorrect or incomplete W-4 and DE 4 forms to the individual provider, along with a letter stating the required remediation, no later than ten (10) State business days from the date of receipt of the W-4 or DE 4.
Accurately and timely submit all necessary Unemployment Insurance (UI), Employment Training Tax (ETT), Disability Insurance (DI), and Personal Income Tax (PIT) withheld with a completed Payroll Tax Deposit (DE 88), on a quarterly basis pursuant to EDD regulations.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
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