Tax Associate – 90% Affordable Housing, 10% Real Estate, and Corporate
Boston, MA, is a hybrid model of 3 days in the office and 2 days working remotely.
Incredible happy, collaborative team environment and a culture of empowerment!
3-6 years of AFFORDABLE HOUSING tax experience in affordable housing tax law in a law firm. Salary ranges from $155,000-$195,000
9:00 am to 6:00 pm M-F with occasional overtime, but the firm believes in a work/life balance.
This incredible East Coast law firm seeks a mid-to senior-level associate attorney to support its Affordable Housing, Real Estate, and Corporate Tax practice group working with incredible tax partners.
The tax practice group advises on transactions, compliance issues, and complex structuring questions.
Reviews and negotiates equity documents.
Render tax opinions, primarily involve real estate transactions that use one or more federal tax credits, including the low-income housing tax credit, the New Markets Tax Credit, and the historic rehabilitation tax credit, as well as numerous state tax credits.
Work on structuring and closing all multilayered affordable housing and community development transactions.
You must have excellent academic credentials and 3+ years of experience in closing complex real estate or corporate transactions.
Particular experience in some or all of the following subject areas is highly desirable but not essential for the candidate with the right mix of other experience and passion for our work: tax credits, public housing revitalization, HUD-assisted housing, and lending.
You must have 3-6 years of tax experience as a lawyer working with partnership tax law (Subchapter K). You must have excellent academic credentials and strong writing, research, and analytical skills. A bachelor’s degree and JD are required, and you must be a member of a state bar in good standing.
The firm culture is upbeat and team-focused, collaborative, and helpful. The firm offers complete Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, LTD and STD, 401k, benefits, 25 days PTO, pretax parking or transportation benefit, profit-sharing, and growth.
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