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I am currently an undergraduate studying accounting. I previously called myself pre-law, but have drifted away from that due to the horrible job market for law school graduates. However, I cannot pu...
2 answers - Asked By: Mr. Chizz - 4/5/2011
Please explain in great detail. Also include the average salary. A full job description. Thanks!!
1 answers - Asked By: - 4/10/2011
I am about to graduate high school, and have enrolled at Antelope Valley College. I will be majoring in Business Administration, and after acquiring an Associates degree, I would like to attend Cal St...
1 answers - Asked By: - 3/16/2013
What's the difference and how is job growth in these fields?
1 answers - Asked By: Jonny C - 5/25/2010
In the next 5-10 years do you think becoming a tax attorney would be a lucrative decision?
2 answers - Asked By: bleh..... - 4/13/2009
I have a tax debt I cannot pay and I am worried about the IRS garnishing my paycheck or taking my money in my bank account. How do I find someone that will help me settle this but won't charge me too ...
6 answers - Asked By: - 12/29/2010
Would there be less of a need for tax attorneys?
4 answers - Asked By: Eric - 9/16/2011
I prepared my '05 tax return but never sent it in. Don't ask. Then I filed for an extension for '06 - but never filed. An accountant insisted that I send in the prepared '05 tax return right away as...
2 answers - Asked By: Monica C - 2/2/2008
As a person about to graduate from college and find a job taxes seem a little daunting to me. I am worried about how to do them etc. Here are my questions. 1. How do you pay youre taxes if youre a ...
4 answers - Asked By: - 8/3/2013
What are the various non-litigation attorneys out there (such as Tax and Real estate) and preferably a brief summary of each.
1 answers - Asked By: sugardaddycase - 11/14/2008
Everyone says these experts can save people money, any imputs? I owe back taxes, and I keep putting it off, and it is going to catch up with me. I need help with it, I can only think of a tax attorn...
3 answers - Asked By: isel4uohio - 1/29/2007
It's commonly said that lawyers have one of the highest stress rates among occupations, but how stressful is a tax attorney's job?
2 answers - Asked By: yup - 6/24/2011
In early 2009, we lost everything. Our business nearly tanked. We didn't file 2008 taxes because we couldn't afford the preparation. By the end of the year, we lived day to day, qualified for no benef...
4 answers - Asked By: - 3/31/2011
I want to be an attorney that handles tax ad estat planning. how long do I have to go to school, what are major challenges, income, job outlook, work-life balance. I am 24 and have my degree in busin...
1 answers - Asked By: WOW - 8/10/2008
I've dont research from my part but I'm stuck. I dont know if my career should be in tax attorney or a forensic scientist. I love watching forensic related things in tv however the pay for it isnt as ...
3 answers - Asked By: - 2/2/2014
Just wondering about careers in law and where I am most likely to get a job, combined with my interests. Also, does anyone know about the pay scale? Oh, and do they check your taxes when you apply...
3 answers - Asked By: yahooanswersmom - 8/1/2009
My husband is military and we have spent $9,000 so far on a civilian attorney to fight to keep my husband's's still not over, so probably will cost at least another $5,000, and unsure of what...
2 answers - Asked By: TexasGirl - 7/28/2009
I keep putting it off...whe i tried to file an extension, it said DONT if i expect a refund...and I did, whaat should I do now???? they...wait until 2006 taxes! Help
8 answers - Asked By: bebe - 11/13/2006
What should I do? I always had a part time job. Sometimes even 2. Never received any IRS notifications. Are there any alternatives to talking to a pricey tax attorney?
4 answers - Asked By: John K - 1/10/2012
My parents keep pushing me to become a tax attorney/lawyer. Reasoning is, my cousin, in her first year out of school received a job offer in which she could earn over 100k a year and work like only 5 ...
1 answers - Asked By: animexshoujo - 11/14/2006
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