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The primary responsibility of an international tax analyst is to formulate all taxes and handle business dealings as per global requirements. As part of their job, international tax analysts study and analyze civil laws of different countries where their employer operates and finds solutions for reducing their company's taxes.
Anyone wishing to pursue a career as an international tax analyst must have at least a bachelor's degree in tax or business management with majors in international business, finance, accounts, audits or a related field. More established companies that do a lot of business with multiple international companies will only consider applicants with a master of business administration. Thorough knowledge of international tax rules and policies is essential in this role.
At your interview, the interviewing panel will ask you about your experience. They will want to know more details about the type and size of company that you worked with and the exact tax duties that you performed for them. They will also ask you questions to gauge your interest and knowledge of the job. What do you think is the most challenging aspect of an international tax analyst's job? What part do you find most boring? Do you think you have what it takes to be a competent international tax analyst and reduce the company's taxes? You will find several more questions at Mock Questions. Check them out before going off to your interview.