|Company||BDO South Africa|
|Location||Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa|
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|Industries||Accounting & Auditing|
BDO JHB/PTA has a vacancy for a Deceased Estates Professional. Reporting to the Operations Manager, BDO Wealth Advisers.
Responsibilities will include the following:
•Attending to all aspects of the administration of Deceased Estates in accordance with the provisions of the Administration of Estates Act, including: completing reporting documents, advertising of the estate, preparing the liquidation and distribution account, liaising with creditors and debtors, and liaising with SARS to obtain tax clearance certificates.
•Obtaining legal opinions and advice on legal and technical matters where necessary and where related to winding up the Estate;
•Attending to any queries from the Master of the High Court;
•If applicable, preparing all documents and instructions to register a Testamentary Trust as provided for in the will and obtain Letters of Authority from the Master of the High Court.
•Preparing the SARS Estate Duty Return and making payment of Estate Duty which is due and payable within one year of death.
•Effectively communicating with all interested parties.
You will be required to have:
•Member of FISA
•Preferably an admitted Attorney with FPSA® designation
•Excellent knowledge and experience in the administration of deceased estates
•High levels of interpersonal, presentation and communication skills.
This position will require somebody with the following competencies:
•Excellent communication and listening skills.
•Ability to take initiative and work independently.
•Build strong and effective relationships with internal and external clients ensuring a professional and quality service that meets required expectations and needs.
•Confident and decisive with excellent time management abilities.
•Ability to work independently and in a structured manner.
•Market-related and commensurate with experience and qualifications.
The appointment will be made in terms of the firm’s Employment Equity Policy.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
|Job Closing Date||16/06/2021|