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I am a accounting major and have accpeted a position with one the the "big 4 accounting firms" in their taxation department. I love law, but question weather it is worth the investment of spending ne...
9 answers - Asked By: girlygurl23 - 11/4/2007
I am Japanese. I am 37 years old.I want to go to America. and I want to get LLM. then I want to auqire job in America as a lawyer. But I hear it is difficult to get a job. Is it true? please teach m...
1 answers - Asked By: KM - 11/10/2007
I have been a lawyer for two years. I am so tired of being broke this recession is killing me!! I want to move from Atlanta anyway and go to DC, which does have more jobs. But I also want to go back t...
3 answers - Asked By: SDS1983 - 12/6/2009
I found this ad that would be perfect for me Tax Attorney seeks dedicated, intelligent and extremely well spoken individual for general office work during busy tax season. This is a full time tempo...
2 answers - Asked By: Ms. - 1/21/2011
General legal experience (family, business, real estate) 25 years. State and local taxation with a government agency 21 years. Fluent in reading Mandarin, and good in speaking. Still working at li...
1 answers - Asked By: Mr. October - 5/8/2006
I am very interested in taxation and I would like to know from present or previous tax professionals how was there experience? Providing your educational background would be greatly appreciated, and g...
2 answers - Asked By: Only Business - 9/10/2009
To keep things simple and relatively less expensive for the purposes of writing the will. I have signifigant assets beyond a mil and only want to leave it to one person. No strings really. Just, I'm ...
6 answers - Asked By: JuanCarlosNoMore - 11/24/2006
I am a late teenage student and am looking into working with computers as a career and would appreiate if you answer my questions listed below. 1) do you have a job working with computers? 2) ...
1 answers - Asked By: peterfile1 - 4/6/2007
I graduated college with an undergrad in accounting and finance. I am currently getting my cpa and working as a tax accountant. I am trying to figure out if i should pursue a law degree or get a ma...
3 answers - Asked By: hsingh86 - 8/8/2008
Regardless of party affiliation, etc... i'm not going to get into detail, but what would you think about a federal flat tax to provide for a military, and common defense, political (legislative, ex...
10 answers - Asked By: Derek - 4/20/2010
I'm an accounting major, and I have a serious knack for it (not to toot my own horn, of course). After undergrad, I'm going to get my master's in accounting. I would like to go to law school after com...
2 answers - Asked By: Bear - 6/27/2010
1 answers - Asked By: Olly - 2/8/2012
It debut in August 2005, I believe, and became an instant New York Times Bestseller!
3 answers - Asked By: Vote 4 FairTax - 6/18/2006
If you want to get a masters in taxation do you have to have an undergrad degree in accounting or can it be in Finance. I am majoring in Finance and minoring in accounting, I want to get my masters in...
1 answers - Asked By: - 11/14/2011
1. Nicole went to London on business. While there, she spent 60% of the time on business and 40% on vacation. How much of the air fare of $5,000 can she deduct based on the following assumptions: -Ni...
1 answers - Asked By: - 6/14/2011
I own a legitimate US business with a federal ID number and all that. Can I create a job in my company and sponsor an Australian friend (that has a Bachelors Degree that fits that job) for an E-3 Visa...
1 answers - Asked By: Sonata - 12/10/2010
Hi, guys! are there any paralegals? I already have a Bachelor degree and am thinking about geeting a paralegal certificate. It cost $5000 (takes 4 months). Is it worth it? How do you like your job? ...
2 answers - Asked By: Natalia S - 4/10/2007
Professionals doing same sort of job designate themselves differently. for example, advisors on taxation, are known as consultants as well as advocates
4 answers - Asked By: sunlightsublime - 10/3/2007
Are the No. of jobs in this field on the way up??
3 answers - Asked By: sophia z - 4/28/2007
Do you think that "wealthy" Americans are taxed too little or too much?
3 answers - Asked By: Dale - 12/5/2011
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