Robinhood is democratizing our financial system. We offer commission-free investing in stocks, ETFs, options, and cryptocurrencies. Robinhood Financial, our broker-dealer, is a fast-growing brokerage with millions of users and billions of dollars in transaction volume. Robinhood has received the Apple Design Award (2015), the Google Play Award for Best Use of Material Design (2016), and was named Fast Company’s 11th Most Innovative Company in the world (2016). We’re backed with $539 million in capital from top-tier investors such as DST Global, NEA, Index Ventures, Thrive Capital, Sequoia, and KPCB, and were most recently valued at $5.6 billion. Robinhood is based in Menlo Park, California, and Lake Mary, Florida.

As our Brokerage Tax Associate you'll:

  • Maintain customer tax information for the purposes of monthly statements and annual tax reporting.
  • Possess knowledge of the IRS regulations that govern withholding and information reporting regulations (i.e. FATCA, backup withholding and NRA).
  • Serve as a subject matter expert associated with Tax Withholding and Reporting.
  • Be responsible for data preparation and reporting processes.

Some things we consider critical to being our Brokerage Tax Associate:

  • Research and maintain withholding rate for all US states and foreign territories
  • Remit all withholding to state and federal taxing authorities
  • Determine the tax implications for corporate actions such as Mergers, Spin-Off Distributions, Exchange Offers, and Bankruptcies
  • Affect the creation of tax forms (1099-B, 1099-INT, 1099-DIV etc.) and making those documents available to customers via paper or e-delivery as well as sending the data to tax authorities
  • Withhold any capital gains or other distributions as required by state or federal law, make payments of these withholdings to the proper tax authority
  • Review issues from external business partners and determine an appropriate course of actions to find a solutions
  • Facilitate the processing of annual tax forms by reconciling tax data, validating exceptions and working with external vendors.
  • General understanding of brokerage operation
  • Strong self-starter with ability to work independently
  • Strong data query skills
  • Solid communication and analytical skills with a proven ability to develop effective relationships with external and internal business partners
  • Ability to effectively manage multiple priorities and adapt to changing environment

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in Accounting, Finance or Economics
  • 2+ years experience working in the financial services industry, preferably a Clearing Broker/Dealer environment, with an emphasis on retail tax reporting  
  • Familiarity brokerage operations
  • Knowledge of federal and state tax laws and regulations
  • FINRA Series 7 or ability to attain within six months

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