Tax Compliance Agent 1 Spanish Language - Grade 14

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This title exists in Taxation and Finance, Dept of and has approximately 11 positions.

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Salary Information for Tax Compliance Agent Trainee SL
Title Grade Hiring Rate/yr Job Rate/yr
Tax Compliance Agent Trainee SL 13 $51,857 $63,169
Tax Compliance Agent 1 Spanish Language 14 $54,860 $66,634

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Job Duties

As a Tax Compliance Agent 1 (Spanish Language), you would work in the field to enforce compliance with New York State tax laws, rules, and regulations. You would collect state taxes, interest, penalties, delinquent tax returns, and other financial obligations from businesses and/or individuals who have failed to respond to normal correspondence and assessment methods in order to effect payment of delinquent taxes. You would be required to maintain current knowledge of New York State tax laws, rules, regulations, and procedures; and the required state tax returns and tax due dates in order to answer taxpayer inquiries. You would explain to the taxpayer the basis of the tax bill (assessment), the computation of penalties and interest, and other compliance regulations as required. You would work with various state, county, and local agencies and use other sources of investigative information for the purpose of locating delinquent businesses or individuals, determining their financial ability to pay, or obtaining knowledge of other liens or liabilities against taxpayers' assets and properties. When necessary, you would enforce the collection of delinquent taxes, penalties, interest, and other financial obligations through income executions, seizures, or levies on the assets of the taxpayer. You would also assist in the sale of seized assets and prepare and submit detailed reports of each case handled. You would also check retail vendors and flea markets for compliance with sales tax regulations. In connections with these assignments, off-shift work may be required. Ability to work independently is crucial. Most positions will require candidates to possess a driver's license valid in New York State at the time of appointment and continuously thereafter; other positions will require candidates to demonstrate their continued capacity to meet the transportation needs involved in carrying out their work responsibilities.

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Summary of Minimum Qualifications

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00-405010 26-427010

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