This is a remote position.
Seasonal Tax AccountantAre you passionate about accounting and want to join an award-winning Team? If so, please consider this opportunity to join our client as a Tax Accounting Team Member! The successful individual will have 3-7 years experience in accounting and tax.
Paro continues to have tax projects for experts like yourself! Our marketplace is expanding the expert network and we need 1099 Freelance Tax Specialists focused on Tax Prep AND/OR Tax Review with work beginning as soon as possible for at least 20 hours/week.
Paro helps growing companies gain confidence in their finances. We match businesses with the highest vetted bookkeepers, accountants, financial analysts, and CFOs who provide remote, on-demand, hourly support when clients need it.
Ultimately, our mission is to empower business professionals to pursue meaningful work on their own terms. We provide freelancers with a platform to grow and manage their book of business, along with tools to predict their future earnings.
About Being A Tax Expert with Paro
Paro provides freelancers (1099 contractors) with access to client work through the managed marketplace and allows you to grow your own book of business on the Paro platform while we handle the business development. Our team ensures that the client expectations and budgets of projects are clearly defined before they get to the freelancer to deliver.
You may partner with CPA firms to provide support to multiple clients. CPA firms range from local boutique accounting firms to mid-tier public accounting firms.
Examples of CPA Tax Freelancer Projects (not limited to):
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Tax Internship is $48,360 per year or $23 per hour. The highest paying Tax Internship jobs have a salary over $71,000 per year while the lowest paying Tax Internship jobs pay $32,000 per year
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