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How do you feel that your education and career to this point has prepared you to work in the international tax realm here at PKF Francis Clark?

With the rise of corporations taking their businesses to a global level, firms like PKF Francis Clark are often brought in to be the experts on international tax. Prior to your interview, your interviewer can tell a lot about your education and career and whether you have direct experience in working with international tax laws. Not having experience doesn't exclude you from candidacy for this experience, but if that is the case, your interviewer will be hearing how you'll apply what you've already experienced in your career to international practice. Put some thought to this question ahead of your interviewer to be able to paint the picture of yourself being well-versed in how to get educated in the field if you don't have direct experience.

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How to Answer: How do you feel that your education and career to this point has prepared you to work in the international tax realm here at PKF Francis Clark?

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  • 2. How do you feel that your education and career to this point has prepared you to work in the international tax realm here at PKF Francis Clark?

      How to Answer

      With the rise of corporations taking their businesses to a global level, firms like PKF Francis Clark are often brought in to be the experts on international tax. Prior to your interview, your interviewer can tell a lot about your education and career and whether you have direct experience in working with international tax laws. Not having experience doesn't exclude you from candidacy for this experience, but if that is the case, your interviewer will be hearing how you'll apply what you've already experienced in your career to international practice. Put some thought to this question ahead of your interviewer to be able to paint the picture of yourself being well-versed in how to get educated in the field if you don't have direct experience.

      1st Answer Example

      "As you can see from my resume, I've spent the last 10 years working in private business for a large manufacturer that sees profits from a few countries from around the world. While this has somewhat exposed me to international tax laws, I know that I would be working much more in depth in this realm here at PKF Francis Clark. If hired for this position, I know that I would face a learning curve with each new client I worked with that had to file and deal with tax laws from other countries. Because of that, I would take it upon myself to read and network with other professionals to become as knowledgeable as possible in the laws in different countries."

      2nd Answer Example

      "My experience in advising on high level tax law changes to corporate boards and c-level suites in the United States would be a great benefit to your international clients here at PKF Francis Clark. As I have always had to stay on top of and educate myself in the laws here at home, I would continue to do the same at a much higher international level if hired for this position."