Our internship program is a full-time opportunity that runs from January through April 15 (typically 40 – 55 hours per week). Interns will be working in the areas of accounting, tax and audits. Most interns are designated to one specific specialty but we do try to give them exposure to all areas. Interns work on meaningful client work; a role similar to staff accountants. We guide our interns through each engagement by providing supervision by experienced professionals. Each interns experience is somewhat unique based on firm need and the abilities of the intern.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Utilize various accounting software.
  2. Prepare individual, corporate, partnership and other types of tax returns.
  3. Prepare personal tax projections.
  4. Make adjusting entries and complete trial balance to prepare tax return.
  5. Prepare compilations.
  6. Prepare payroll tax returns and related forms.
  7. Perform a range of accounting and audit procedures/functions as needed.
  8. Assist audit team in preparation of financial statements.
  9. Learn to take responsibility for client service by completing assignments timely and accurately.
  10. Follow-up with clients in obtaining missing information; ensure that their questions get answered.
  11. Observe how others respond to client service.
  12. Follow up with all senior level staff/relationship managers regarding needed information and/or the status of an engagement/assignment.
  13. Interact with client to review and apply accounting/tax principals.
  14. Learn techniques to organize the backlog of work during busy season
  15. Work with your buddy in improving efficiency and organization.
  16. With each assignment, begin to show progression to being more efficient.
  17. While learning is a critical goal, be aware of chargeable time.

Why work at Froehling Anderson?

If you are tired of being overworked and underappreciated, Froehling Anderson is the right place for you. Minneapolis-based Froehling Anderson offers a culture of learning, challenging work, and exposure to various industries and clients.

Here we offer flexible schedule, remote work arrangements and cutting-edge technologies. We are dedicated to sharing knowledge, collaborating solutions and nurturing success of both clients and staff.

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Performs a wide variety of diversified accounting and tax assignments. The quality of work, application of accounting knowledge, and ability to meet time constraints is critical at this level. In the second and third year, staff accountants should require less supervision and strive to improve their efficiency and quality while maintaining chargeability. The staff accountant is beginning to grasp various principals and is able to apply them. At this stage, technical skills continue to grow and the individual demonstrates an eagerness for continual learning. Equally critical however, is the understanding and commitment to taking personal responsibility toward client service.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Proficiency in all accounting software.
  2. Prepare individual, corporate, partnership and other types of tax returns.
  3. Prepare personal tax projections.
  4. Make adjusting entries and complete trial balance to prepare tax return.
  5. Understands how to utilize research tools.
  6. Prepare compilations, payroll tax returns and related forms.
  7. Maintain fixed asset and depreciation schedule for tax purposes.
  8. Perform a range of accounting and audit procedures/functions as needed.
  9. Assist audit team in preparation of financial statements.
  10. Maintain fixed asset and depreciation schedule for tax purposes.
  11. Reconcile bank statements and trace discrepancies.
  12. Prepare schedules of prepaid expenses and deferred charges.
  13. Prepare employee benefits, not for profit, payroll taxes, sales tax and other tax returns.
  14. Have a general knowledge of the audit and review process.
  15. Develop work paper documentation skills.
  16. Keep current on technical issues.
  17. Complete assignments timely and accurately.
  18. Follow up with clients regarding information we need or what they might need from us; ensure that their questions get answered.
  19. Follow up with all senior level staff/relationship managers regarding needed information and/or the status of an engagement/assignment.
  20. Effectively manage and organize workload in order to meet deadlines.
  21. Show progression with technical skills, quality, efficiency and organizational skills.
  22. Be aware of your chargeable time and reaching chargeable hour goals.
  23. Has passed the CPA exam or is making significant progress in doing so.
  24. Develop basic writing skills.

Why work at Froehling Anderson?

If you are tired of being overworked and underappreciated, Froehling Anderson is the right place for you. Minneapolis-based Froehling Anderson offers a culture of learning, challenging work, and exposure to various industries and clients.

Here we offer flexible schedule, remote work arrangements and cutting-edge technologies. We are dedicated to sharing knowledge, collaborating solutions and nurturing success of both clients and staff.

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Individuals at the senior level are highly technical and have the ability to handle the more complex engagements while requiring minimal assistance. These individuals are productive, efficient and know how to manage a workload. Often these individuals are the “go to” people for our less experienced staff and are asked to devote time to the training others. At this level, individuals are showing self-confidence, professional conduct and improving their overall presence.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Performs diversified accounting, auditing, and tax assignments under the direction of the relationship manager. .
  2. Provide quality work within a designated timeframe.
  3. Prepares the more complex tax returns.
  4. Performs supervised technical research in situations requiring judgment and formulation of alternative courses of action.
  5. Delegates to accounting staff; oversees work done by staff accountants/interns.
  6. Demonstrates competency in technical skills, work quality, and application of professional and firm standards.
  7. Meets time constraints and client deadlines.
  8. Participates in planning and scheduling client engagements.
  9. Directs and instructs assistants, where applicable, in work to be performed and working paper review.
  10. Prepares and indexes working papers; performs various procedures established under generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) to verify accuracy and validity of client’s financial matters.
  11. Performs the broadest range of accountant tasks so that direct participation of supervisors, managers or principals is kept to a minimum.
  12. Prepares other reports, projects, and duties as may be assigned.
  13. Knows and understands the reason behind the firm’s policies and procedures.
  14. Possesses technical knowledge sufficient to answer questions of staff accountants and oversee some of their assigned work.
  15. Assigned as a key client contact for small engagements; possess skills necessary to develop quality client relationships and loyalty.
  16. Learns about the firm’s service capabilities so they can be offered to clients in appropriate circumstances.
  17. Works with managers and partners in establishing performance, efficiency, and quality standards for the firm.
  18. Assists in developing staff by delegating work, overseeing activities and providing timely and complete evaluations.
  19. Assists with formal training programs.
  20. Establish good working relationships with clients, partners and firm staff.
  21. Demonstrate initiative, creativity, and imagination.
  22. Exhibit time management and organization skills.
  23. Cultivates initiative and creativity by taking charge of assignments, ascertaining what needs to be done, and doing it imaginatively and well.

Why work at Froehling Anderson?

If you are tired of being overworked and underappreciated, Froehling Anderson is the right place for you. Minneapolis-based Froehling Anderson offers a culture of learning, challenging work, and exposure to various industries and clients.

Here we offer flexible schedule, remote work arrangements and cutting-edge technologies. We are dedicated to sharing knowledge, collaborating solutions and nurturing success of both clients and staff.

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Individuals at the advanced senior level have honed their technical skills and have the ability to handle complex tax engagements. These individuals are a key tax resource throughout the firm and are able to manage the workload in an efficient and productive manner.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Prepares the more complex corporate, partnership, S-corp, and individual income tax returns, as well as, other returns requested.
  2. Provide quality work within a designated timeframe.
  3. Performs supervised technical research in situations requiring judgment and formulation of alternative courses of action.
  4. Delegates to accounting staff; oversees work done by staff accountants/interns.
  5. Prepares estate and trust returns.
  6. Reviews the less complex business tax returns and individual income tax returns as requested.
  7. Experience with BNA software package to assist with individual income tax planning and projections.
  8. Responds to and assists the staff accountants in responding to tax notices. Reviews letters drafted by the staff accountants verifying technical accuracy.
  9. Reviews the less complex tax research projects prepared by staff accountants.
  10. Does tax research projects requiring more advanced technical and research skills.
  11. Initiates and reviews S-elections and requests for accounting changes as required.
  12. Reviews tax accruals prepared by audit staff to assist them in preparation of financial statements.
  13. Reviews tax working papers as may be required.
  14. Acts as a resource for tax and accounting staff regarding tax questions.
  15. Works with and communicates directly with clients on their tax work; assists with billing responsibilities.
  16. Assigned as a key client contact for small engagements.
  17. Learns about the firm’s service capabilities so they can be offered to clients in appropriate circumstances.
  18. Works with managers and partners in establishing performance, efficiency, and quality standards for the firm.
  19. Assists in developing staff by delegating work, overseeing activities and providing timely and complete evaluations.
  20. Assists with and presents formal training programs.
  21. Establish good working relationships with clients, partners and firm staff.
  22. Demonstrate initiative, creativity, and imagination.
  23. Exhibit time management and organization skills.
  24. Cultivates initiative and creativity by taking charge of assignments, ascertaining what needs to be done, and doing it imaginatively and well.

Why work at Froehling Anderson?

If you are tired of being overworked and underappreciated, Froehling Anderson is the right place for you. Minneapolis-based Froehling Anderson offers a culture of learning, challenging work, and exposure to various industries and clients.

Here we offer flexible schedule, remote work arrangements and cutting-edge technologies. We are dedicated to sharing knowledge, collaborating solutions and nurturing success of both clients and staff.

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Individuals at the advanced senior level have honed their technical skills and have developed into strong project managers. These individuals keep clients, managers, and partners updated on the status of engagements on a regular basis. They have the ability to run the engagement from budget to financial statements. At this level, they are able to supervise a team on the engagement, review the work and produce a quality product. Advanced seniors must be a CPA or have another accounting designation.

Why work at Froehling Anderson?

If you are tired of being overworked and underappreciated, Froehling Anderson is the right place for you. Minneapolis-based Froehling Anderson offers a culture of learning, challenging work, and exposure to various industries and clients.

Here we offer flexible schedule, remote work arrangements and cutting-edge technologies. We are dedicated to sharing knowledge, collaborating solutions and nurturing success of both clients and staff.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Performs diversified accounting, auditing and tax assignments with little to no direction from relationship manager.
  2. Provides quality work and is able to meet time budgets on a regular basis.
  3. Has developed technical proficiency and the ability to interpret complex accounting rules for clients.
  4. Has developed solid tax skills.
  5. Performs technical research in situations requiring judgment and formulation of alternative courses of action.
  6. Leads the planning and scheduling of client engagements.
  7. Possesses strong project management ability and is able to successfully run an engagement from budget to financial statement.
  8. Ability to delegate routine work, oversee progress and ensure its completion.
  9. Ensures that the team performs the broadest range of accountant tasks so that direct participation of managers or partners is kept to a minimum.
  10. Provides supervision to the engagement team and keeps all parties updated on the status of the engagement on a regular basis.
  11. Provides timely feedback to the team through discussion and engagement evaluation forms.
  12. Works with the team by walking through the steps of the engagement and showing patience and understanding throughout the training process.
  13. Develops formal training programs and is a key individual providing training to staff and interns.
  14. Knows and understands the reason behind the firm’s policies and procedures.
  15. Works with management in establishing performance, efficiency and quality standards for the firm.
  16. Learns about all service area capabilities within the firm in order to offer appropriate client solutions.
  17. Primary client contact: provides a daily list of what is needed by the client and communicates all findings. Possesses the skills needed to develop quality client relationships and loyalty.
  18. Ensures accuracy of staff-prepared working papers.
  19. Seeks out opportunities to relieve managers and partners of work.
  20. Analyzes time charges, prepares billing, and discusses fees with clients on assigned engagements.
  21. Takes ownership of engagements and readily looks for solutions to problems.
  22. Establishes good working relationships with clients and everyone within the firm.
  23. Demonstrates initiative, creativity, and imagination.
  24. Prepares other reports, projects and duties as may be assigned.
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Individuals at the senior level are highly technical and have the ability to handle the more complex engagements while requiring minimal assistance. These individuals are productive, efficient and know how to manage a workload. These individuals are the “go to” people for our less experienced staff and are asked to devote time to the training others. At this level, individuals are showing self-confidence, professional conduct and improving their overall presence.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Prepares the most complex corporate, partnership, S-corp, and individual income tax returns, as well as, other returns requested.
  2. Provides quality work within a designated time budget.
  3. Performs tax research requiring more advanced technical skills, with little to no supervision/guidance.
  4. Ability to delegate tax work, oversee the progress, provide direction and ensure its completion.
  5. Primary client contact; possesses the skills needed to develop quality client relationships and loyalty.
  6. Develops formal training programs and is a key individual providing training to staff and interns.
  7. Works with the team by walking through the steps of a return; showing patience and understanding throughout the training process.
  8. Reviews some business tax returns and individual income tax returns as requested.
  9. Experience with BNA software package to assist with individual income tax planning and projections.
  10. Initiates and reviews S-elections and requests for accounting changes as required.
  11. Reviews tax accruals prepared by audit staff to assist them in preparation of financial statements.
  12. Reviews tax working papers as may be required.
  13. Analyzes time charges, prepares billing, and discusses fees with clients on assigned engagements.
  14. Seeks out opportunities to relieve managers and partners of work.
  15. Takes ownership of returns and readily looks for solutions to issues.
  16. Learns about the firm’s service capabilities so they can be offered to clients in appropriate circumstances.
  17. Works with managers and partners in establishing performance, efficiency, and quality standards for the firm.
  18. Assists in developing staff by delegating work, overseeing activities and providing timely and complete evaluations.
  19. Establish good working relationships with clients and everyone within the firm.
  20. Demonstrates initiative, creativity, and imagination.
  21. Knows and understands the reason behind the firm’s policies and procedures.

Why work at Froehling Anderson?

If you are tired of being overworked and underappreciated, Froehling Anderson is the right place for you. Minneapolis-based Froehling Anderson offers a culture of learning, challenging work, and exposure to various industries and clients.

Here we offer flexible schedule, remote work arrangements and cutting-edge technologies. We are dedicated to sharing knowledge, collaborating solutions and nurturing success of both clients and staff.

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A & A Managers are CPA’s that have demonstrated technical expertise, leadership ability and a dedication to client service. They have typically developed, or are developing, a specialty or area of expertise. Managers are a liaison between client, staff and partners, and are generally responsible for all phases of an engagement. These individuals perform a wide variety of diversified, complex, accounting and audit work. Managers assign work and oversee the accounting staff. Managers must have knowledge of the general economic and political trends of possible tax or other legislation that could affect the business climate.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Prepares the engagement letter and any subsequent modifications for approval by a principal, answers any questions the client may have, including an estimate of fees, and sees that the engagement letter is signed by the client.
  2. Reviews staff assignments, making certain the staff on the engagement is qualified.
  3. Evaluates internal controls and work programs prepared by the staff. Revises work program if necessary, updates relationship manager.
  4. Follows the progress of the work during an engagement in relation to budgeted time and scheduled dates of completion.
  5. Spends time with the client’s management group, periodically reviewing the working papers in the field as the job progresses; anticipates the problem areas and questions that might arise.
  6. Knows the client’s impression of the conduct of the engagement.
  7. Keeps the relationship manager informed of all important developments in the work, analyzes the major problems that occur and recommends solutions.
  8. Resolves problems, with the relationship manager’s approval and reviews the report drafted by the senior/staff accountant as the engagement nears completion.
  9. Follows reports through processing, answering any questions that arise, submits the reports to the relationship manager for final approval and signature.
  10. Deals directly with the client’s attorney or brokers, taxing authority agents, and other third parties
  11. Supervises the preparation of management letters and tax returns in a manner similar to that discussed above.
  12. Maintains steady contact with clients throughout the business year, which involves a thorough knowledge of the client and all facets of the client’s business rather than mere routine attendance to immediate problems.
  13. Act as key client contact person for smaller engagements.
  14. Bill clients and discuss fees as needed.
  15. Mentor staff members within the firm.
  16. Produce and provide training programs or opportunities for staff.
  17. Provide quality work within a designated timeframe.
  18. Establish good working relationships with clients, partners and firm staff.
  19. Demonstrate initiative, creativity, and imagination.
  20. Exhibit time management and organization skills.
  21. Prepares staff performance evaluations and discuss them with staff members.
  22. Maintains knowledge of general economic and political trends, and, of possible tax or other legislation that could affect the business climate.

Why work at Froehling Anderson?

If you are tired of being overworked and underappreciated, Froehling Anderson is the right place for you. Minneapolis-based Froehling Anderson offers a culture of learning, challenging work, and exposure to various industries and clients.

Here we offer flexible schedule, remote work arrangements and cutting-edge technologies. We are dedicated to sharing knowledge, collaborating solutions and nurturing success of both clients and staff.

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Tax Managers are CPA’s that have demonstrated technical expertise, leadership ability and a dedication to client service. They have typically developed, or are developing, a specialty or area of expertise. Managers are a liaison between client, staff and partners, and are generally responsible for all phases of an engagement. These individuals perform a wide variety of diversified, complex, tax-related tasks and review tax work. Managers assign work and oversee the accounting staff. Managers must have knowledge of the general economic and political trends of possible tax or other legislation that could affect the business climate.

Why work at Froehling Anderson?

If you are tired of being overworked and underappreciated, Froehling Anderson is the right place for you. Minneapolis-based Froehling Anderson offers a culture of learning, challenging work, and exposure to various industries and clients.

Here we offer flexible schedule, remote work arrangements and cutting-edge technologies. We are dedicated to sharing knowledge, collaborating solutions and nurturing success of both clients and staff.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Prepare individual and corporate tax returns, including the most complex.
  2. Review tax returns.
  3. Act as a resource for both tax and non-tax staff within the firm.
  4. Perform more complex tax research.
  5. Prepare BNA projections and becomes involved in planning for more complex clients.
  6. Perform tax planning for less complex client situations.
  7. Assist accounting and auditing staff members in client meetings.
  8. Develop a general understanding of firm philosophy and tax opinions.
  9. Review tax accruals and associated working papers.
  10. Analyze IRS notices and drafts responses.
  11. Review IRS notice responses prepared by others in tax personnel.
  12. Represent clients before the IRS.
  13. Delegate and oversee assigned work to tax staff and within General Services.
  14. Participate in tax department meetings and other projects as needed.
  15. Assume the responsibility for the smooth flow of tax returns.
  16. Acts as director-in-charge for personal tax return clients and less complex business clients.
  17. Act as key client contact person for smaller engagements.
  18. Bill clients and discuss fees as needed.
  19. Mentor staff members within the firm.
  20. Produce and provide training programs or opportunities for staff.
  21. Provide quality work within a designated timeframe.
  22. Establish good working relationships with clients, partners and firm staff.
  23. Demonstrate initiative, creativity, and imagination.
  24. Exhibit time management and organization skills.
  25. Prepares staff performance evaluations and discuss them with staff members.
  26. Maintains knowledge of general economic and political trends, and, of possible tax or other legislation that could affect the business climate.
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Senior managers are CPA’s who have demonstrated leadership ability, technical expertise and a dedication to client service, along with attributes for becoming a Partner. Senior Managers have usually developed a specialty or area of expertise and are often well known for their expertise. Senior Managers are considered partners in training but not all senior managers will be invited into the partner group. Often senior managers have advanced degrees. Much like Managers, they are a liaison between client, staff and partners, and are generally responsible for all phases of an engagement.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Develops area of expertise and is the “go to person” for this area.
  2. Strongly developed technical skills; ability to handle complex tax, audit or other consultative engagements without supervision.
  3. Review audit reports, tax work or other final reports.
  4. Participates in planning, scheduling and budgeting of client engagements.
  5. Perform tax planning for clients.
  6. Ability to formulate creative solutions to client issues.
  7. Assist accounting and auditing staff members in client meetings.
  8. Handles any and all IRS issues if within the tax department.
  9. Delegate and oversee assigned work of accounting staff at all levels.
  10. Participate in department meetings and other projects as needed.
  11. Assume the responsibility for the smooth flow of tax and accounting work.
  12. Acts as director-in-charge for personal and business clients.
  13. Act as key client contact for various engagements.
  14. Bill clients and discuss fees as needed.
  15. Mentor staff members within the firm.
  16. Produce and provide training programs or opportunities for staff.
  17. Responsible for business development and building a book of business.
  18. Participates in networking meetings/events.
  19. Provide quality work within a designated timeframe.
  20. Establish good working relationships with clients, partners and firm staff.
  21. Demonstrate initiative, creativity, and imagination.
  22. Exhibit time management and organization skills.
  23. Prepares staff performance evaluations and discuss them with staff members.
  24. Maintains knowledge of general economic and political trends, and, of possible tax or other legislation that could affect the business climate.

Why work at Froehling Anderson?

If you are tired of being overworked and underappreciated, Froehling Anderson is the right place for you. Minneapolis-based Froehling Anderson offers a culture of learning, challenging work, and exposure to various industries and clients.

Here we offer flexible schedule, remote work arrangements and cutting-edge technologies. We are dedicated to sharing knowledge, collaborating solutions and nurturing success of both clients and staff.

Apply