I know the path to becoming either of these professionals differ.
However, is the legal aspect only factor that separates the two professions? Which would have the most expertise on tax?
Do tax lawyers make more than tax accountants?
Do they perform similar job duties?
I want to know how much tax accountants at the big 4 and large regional firms make. I'd also like to know their promotion track and their exit oportunities.
I hard tax accountants can get jobs in mergers and acquisitions, i'd like to know how much they make and doing what exactly?
Also how much traveling does a tax accountant have to do. I am more interested in tax than audit, one of the factors being travel.
According to the laws and tax accountant that i encounters, a full time student can be exempt from tax when they apply for a job. Then the following check, tax amount should be reduce. Excecption from the Federal Tax and the Social Security tax. So my question is Does a full time college student, not pupil, be able to check the exempt from tax when applying for a job.
I will be graduating from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a bachelors degree in accounting. I have also worked for a year and half with a local tax accountant for experience. I will be moving to Fresno in April or May. How should I go about finding a new career job in accounting while not living there currently?
I'd like my withholding of Federal income to be about 15?f my taxable income. Currently 10?s being deducted. This way I'll have a forced savings at the end of the year. I'm single. I think I put down 1 allowance for me only. What should I enter for allowance in order for my withholding to increase to 15? Assuming 1 job. Are there any tax accountants out there?
Last month an air traffic controller let his kids give instructions to planes at JFK. Clearly, this was a bad idea.
But what would be worse? Letting your kid take your place as a tax accountant? Dentist? Surgeon?
C'mon, make us all laugh.
I am currently a Tax Accountant and have been with a large corporation for almost 15 years. I saw a job post for the above job and responded with a resume since I fit all the qualifications and the position sounded interesting. the job is also very close to my home, which is a definite plus. However, they failed to mention, how much the job would pay. How much does this type of position pay?
Specifically, what are the unique job functions which separate one category of professional from the other? Does the attorney file tax returns? Does the accountant keep up with the tax laws? Any feedback would be helpful. Thanks.
Hello I am going to college to get a bachelors in accounting. My question is, is a job in accounting a depressing, boring job? Also which job is less stressful, being a tax accountant, public accountant etc.. give me your suggestions.
I would also like to know which type of accountants make the least amount of money and which ones make the most.
If I were win in a lawsuit or lottery and get monetary compensation, what are the tax laws concerning those two? Do I report and, if so, how much? I live in Florida so I know there is no state or local income taxes. Thanks Any additional info will help, especially from tax accountants and lawyers.
We are a couple, recently married. My husband and I work both full time job. Also in 2010 i ventured into following addtiioanl stuff- Education ( part time), rrsp cont, donations to charities, imported from china- paid GST on it and had rental business with no money made.
Can someone advice if i should or should not use tax accountant? Basically whats best, do it self or through accountant
I have a new job where I am bookkeeper, accounts payable and receiveable, payroll taxes, internal accountant and misc other areas. I am being given new business cards and was asked to come up with a title. Any suggestions other than bookkeeper?
What is the key question that a tax accountant professional will ask me?
Must I be an "itemizer" on my taxes?
Will I get a dollar for dollar return or ?
Just saying it's tax deductible isn't enough for me to give up my cash...so what would the IRS be giving me back ? The serivce wants me to pay $700!!! sounds interesting to me.
To get a position higher than you? One of my co workers is a Tax accountant who worked here for 4 years. This new employee who was here less than 2 years is a Tax accountant manager, and he isn't happy. Aside from that, has that happened to you?
Do you feel like some one just came to out do you on your job? I wouldn't show up a Starbucks trying to out Latte people.
Im from Illinois and make $14,000 a year .
I have 3 children and I am self employed.
The reason I am asking is because the tax accountant I had makes me feel as if though he's been
screwing everything up these last three years I've been with his services.
From small businessmen in San Diego to vintners in Napa Valley, wealthy Californians reeling from a new state income tax are preparing to pack up and bail out.
"If you have excessive regulations and excessive tax, that's just not where you want to be," said Peter Farrell, president of ResMed a medical-device maker in San Diego that employs 600 workers and is considering moving its offices out of state. "California is unfriendly. It's become an unfriendly business environment."
One possibility is Texas, where the personal income-tax rate is zero, compared to 13.3 percent for top California earners.
Another San Diego-based company, Fallbrook Technologies, a maker of variable speed transmissions, recently announced it is leaving for Texas.
Nevada tax accountant George Ashley said he's received more than 100 inquiries from higher-earning Californians about the possible tax advantages and feasibility of relocating to a state with lower taxes.
"We have had a 10-fold increase from various parts of California, particularly Los Angeles and the Bay Area where many people are seeking a way to leave the state," said Ashley, who lives just over the California state line in Lake Tahoe, Nev.. "They are fed up with the situation and they feel like they are being unfairly treated."
The proposed exodus is the result of Proposition 30, a tax-increase proposal by Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown that residents voted into law in November
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/01/23/california-residents-businesses-consider-bailing-on-golden-state-over-taxes/#ixzz2IotN5UKG
I am an American, and I'm moving to Spain next year with my boyfriend, who will be stationed in Rota. We're not married, so I'm trying to think of creative ways to stay in the country (legally). I am a tax accountant; my boss here is willing to contract work to me through e-mail, and have me complete it there and send it back each day, 40 hours/week. Can I live in Spain like this? Working as an independent contractor, for an American company?
I would prefer to find a second job in Spain (as a barista or waitress), but I have heard the job economy is not ideal for Americans, and even if it weren't, I don't know what kind of visas I would need, etc. I am taking Spanish lessons twice a week now, but I don't know enough yet to interview in Spanish right now. By the time I move there, I hope to be conversational.
My friend is working as a accountant for few hours a week for a small company. She says she is being paid cash which I do not believe Is this possible?
I have a car in fair condition listed by Kelly blue book at 4750.00 for a private seller. Rather than try to sell it which I have no time for, I thought of donating it to the veterans or similar and deducting the private seller cost on my taxes. Can I do that and does it come off the top of my gross or is there some calculation done which decreases the direct amount? Has anyone done this and knows or is a tax accountant? If so, please advise and thank you very much ;-)
Other than high priced attorneys and accountants what jobs were created by tax cuts for the wealthy?