Planes, Hospitals, Factories, Data centers, Vehicles. The electrical grid. These are things people depend on every day. And the companies behind them depend on Eaton to solve some of the toughest power management challenges on the planet. Eaton’s mission is to improve the quality of life and the environment through the use of power management technologies and services. We provide sustainable solutions that help our customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical power – more safely, more efficiently, and more reliably. Eaton’s 2020 revenues were $17.9 billion, and we sell products to customers in more than 175 countries. We have approximately 92,000 employees.
|Post Name||Associate Analyst Indirect Tax|
|Experience||0 To 2 Years|
JOB DESCRIPTION :-
- Data analysis of monthly AR, AP and GL reports
- VAT control checks based on the Indirect Tax Controls Framework
- Preparing and submitting of VAT, EC Transactions List and Intrastat declarations
Completing reconciliation of the VAT General Ledgers to the VAT returns
- Reconciliation of VAT Balance Sheet Accounts as per Eaton Financial Policies
- Perform Control check as per Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) compliance requirements
- Support the businesses and Plants during Tax and Statutory audits
- Partnering with the business on process improvements
Completing reconciliation between VAT and Intrastat
- Completing reconciliation between VAT and EC Transactions Lists
- Electronic archiving of all documents per VAT, EC Transactions List and Intrastat declaration
- Active participation in key projects on process improvement and automation
- Administration tasks to be defined by the Manager
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