Ask A recruiter from EY Germany

Oct 4 • 11:00 am - 1:30 pm


We are recruiting for 2 paid co-ops in Munich, Germany for our US Tax Real Estate Tax group.
Co-ops assist in providing tax advisory and tax compliance services to our clients investing in US Real Estate.
German language is NOT required.

Job Title: EY Munich’s Real Estate Tax Co-op (Germany)
Drop in to the Q&A session here to learn more! (11am to 1:30pm EST on Wednesday Oct 4th)
Applications open via NUWorks.
Recruiter Contact: [email protected] & [email protected]

Job Description From NU Works posting:
Who are we and what are we doing?

We are EY’s US Real Estate Tax Group in Munich and – with our team of US tax advisors – we focus on US real estate tax advisory and compliance services for European, and predominantly German, clients such as institutional investors, fund managers, real estate companies, and major corporation. In addition to US real estate tax services, we also provide US tax advice to clients from the industrial sector in connection with doing business in the US. Typically advising on a wide range of US, German, and international tax issues, we are fully integrated into EY’s worldwide real estate tax practice and cooperate closely with our EY-colleagues in the United States

Our services to our clients include the following:

– Tax compliance (corporations and partnerships) for US federal, state and local returns.
– US-REIT compliance including REIT-testing services.- Tracking of upcoming tax payments.- Review of tax assessment notices and correspondence with the US tax authorities.- Filing for refunds of US withholding tax.- Structuring and restructuring of US real estate investments including REIT structuring, in particular for German real estate funds and institutional investors- Tax due diligence for acquisitions and dispositions of real estate or real estate companies.

During your internship, you will work together with the members of the EY Munich US Real Estate Group and assist with providing these services to our clients.

The internship will be a combination of remote work and working in office (subject to change). Hygienic measures in office are in place and needs to be followed.

What are we looking for?We are looking for students who have gained basic knowledge in accounting (preferably accounting coursework completed) and who are up for a challenge and ready to discover the world of international taxation! What we are offering?We want ambitious students to be an integral part of our team from day one. We provide an excellent working environment and a challenging and fun atmosphere. Our goal is to get you started with in what it takes to become an international tax advisor at a Big 4 accounting firm. What do you need? First and foremost: a suitcase full of intellectual curiosity!- Accounting coursework would be a prerequisite as an understanding of accounting principles is relevant for daily tasks. – Strong English verbal/written communication skills.- Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).- German language skills are NOT a must. – Some related work experience would be helpful, but is not required.

Coordinators: Elisha Clark, D’Amore-McKim School of Business

Note for Applicants: Due to German work permit eligibility requirements, students must have completed at least four (4) semesters of coursework at Northeastern or another post-secondary institution prior to the co-op start date.

Job Function Accounting – Tax
Location: Munich Germany
Workplace Type: Remote work is permitted when public health concerns dictate (archived), On-site work is preferred when public health concerns allow (archived)
Payment Type and Range:US Dollars (USD)/Monthly/$1,000 to $2,500
Hours Per Week: Full Time (32+ Hours Per Week)
Transportation: Accessible by public transportation


Oct 4, 2023 | 11:00 AM

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