Title: BUSINESS TAXES SPECIALIST II, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $5,684.00 - $7,473.00 Posted: 08/22/2014
Under the general direction of the Tax Counsel III Supervisor, Appeals Division, the Business Taxes Specialist (BTS) II is responsible for performing the following duties with a high degree of independence: the BTS II conducts administrative face-to-face conferences with taxpayers and their representatives, informs participants of appeals procedures, explains laws, rules, regulations, and audit procedures, and renders decisions and recommendations on taxpayers' protests of audit procedures and findings based on the facts of the case in rendering a fair and equitable decision, the BTS II analyzes audit working papers, clarifies and analyzes relevancy of documents, data, and oral testimony, researches applicable laws and regulations, and takes necessary steps to obtain additional evidence from taxpayers. The BTS II also analyzes petitions for rehearing and makes recommendations to the Board as to the merits of the petitions and assists appropriate staff with the review of the more difficult decisions and recommendations prepared by the section's Tax Counsels concerning audit issues. This position may require travel overnight and throughout the state up to 15% of the time. To apply for this position please fill out a STD-678 – Standard State Application and include the position number for which you are applying.
All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
Travel required 15% of the time.
290 - 377 - 4379 - 007
Legal Department - So Cal Appeals Div.
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Legal Department - So Cal Appeals Div. 450 N Street, MIC: 04 Sacramento, CA 95814
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