Title: BUSINESS TAXES REPRESENTATIVE Salary: $3,106.00 - $4,810.00 Posted: 03/12/2014
Under the close supervision of the Business Taxes Administrator I, the Business Taxes Representative works collection and use tax cases of moderate difficulty as well as the moderately difficult claims of exemption. The BTR must keep the supervisor informed of complex issues on assigned cases. The accounts are worked from the office by telephone and mail. Work is performed by use of a personal computer in accessing the individual's caseload. Actions taken are initiated and recorded on the personal computer, as are the case notes. Ability to travel may include overnight. Interested candidates must meet educational requirements. The position is located in a high-rise building. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
Supplemental Questions please include your responses to the following questions in order to be considered for the positions.
1. What is use tax?
2. What is sales tax?
3. What are the similarities between use tax and sales tax?
4. What are the differences between use tax and sales tax?
5. What is your interpretation of R&T 6225?
290 - 467 - 8690 - 021
SUTD/Use Tax Administration Section
Final Filing Date:
SUTD/Use Tax Administration Section 3737 Main Street Riverside, CA 92501
Javier Barajas (951) 782-2308
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