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 giving your insight about the field will be helpful. I would like to know the clean truth about the profession without leaving out unpleasant experiences.
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 listening/understanding.
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 to school get my master's. My friend says that its dumb? Should I listen?
I recieved a statement from the IRS stating that I owe ALOT of $$.
And actually the forclosure was out of my control due to job loss & ill mother at the time.
Should I consult a tax person for help, I only have 2 weeks left to respond to the IRS.
If they are forgiving forclosures for 2007-2009 what happen to 2006 & 2009 is not even here yet?
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 completing my master's and possibly get an LLM in taxation.
I keep hearing/reading about how bad the job market is for lawyers, is the job market better for those with an LLM in taxation?
I recently got my application for a college I really want to go to and I really want a business degree because I want to become a corporate attorney when I'm older. Anyway, my plan is to go to law school immediately after undergrad but I'd like to have a job or something for money so I can start paying back on student loans. Anyway could someone provide descriptions for each one I offer:
Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, E-Business, and Marketing.
I'm a fifteen year old looking into my options as a career. Before you give the "You're too young" speech, please note that I will be graduating next year. I recently took an aptitude test and discovered that I would fit in well in law, especially being a tax attorney, which is ironic because I was thinking about being that. However, I was afraid that a job like that would only provide with business during tax season. I also think it would be boring to practice only one type, as I would like to also practice adoption, DUI, family matters and business partnerships. I have been searching the internet and have not been able to find really what I am looking for, and my parents went to college online so they aren't the biggest help in this process.I appreciate you taking the time to help a little teenager create her future.
Do you think that "wealthy" Americans are taxed too little or too much?
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 taxation but am wondering if I will also have to get an undergrad degree in accounting as well? Thanks
I'm trying to find scholarships in the state of Georgia, can any one tell me any websites besides fast web to look for scholarships fro nursing. I am a beginning freshman at Gordon College and really need HELP!!!
I have a question for an essay I'm doing. I want to know what rights married couples have that single couples do not have. Therefore; the rights that most gay couples are denied.
I had 2 different jobs in Boston from january-April 2007, and 3 different jobs from April 2007-Present now here in New York. I am thinking of just collecting my tax documents when they arrive in the mail and taking them to H&R Block or something. I'm 22, I generally claim 0 on my witholding....any advice?
I am planning on opening a LICENCED child care CENTER "WITH A PARTNER". I just need some advice on what is best for me to do. We are in Minnesota if that makes a difference.
"Should I incorporate or LLC???"
Also if anyone is a OWNER of a child care CENTER, please email me if you are ok with me asking you a few questions on how to go about everything (do's and don'ts)...
Thank You!!!!! :)
PS I have heard (DONT HAVE A PARTNER), The reason I am haveing one is because she has private investors, and also has the schooling and backround we need to start this up. Why not do LLC? Please tell me why this is a bad idea? I need informaive answers please...
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 dead take over my assets and $$$$$$. What is the best vehicle for this? A revokable living trust or? How much is a reasonable amount to pay for a Revocable Living Trust in say, California? Any legal beagals out there have thoughts on how to best prepare to pass on what a person has accumulated in their life? Thanx for your input.
I'm a Junior in an accounting major. After graduating, I plan on working for a BIG 4 (or some other big firm) and then take the CPA exam. Being that I can opt to be in the field of taxes, eventually I'd like to become a tax lawyer. Will passing the CPA beforehand help at all? What is the best route to take if I'd like to become a tax lawyer. All input is appreciated! Thanks!!
Also.....what is the nature of the work?
Thanks so much!
Professionals doing same sort of job designate themselves differently. for example, advisors on taxation, are known as consultants as well as advocates
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 masters in taxation. If I get a law degree,I am interested in specializing in tax law.
I have allways wanted to attend law school, but I am told that there is an excess amount of lawyers, thus depressing wages. Further, my work will pay for a masters in taxation, but will not pay for a law degree.
What do you think, law degree or masters in tax. To be honest, law school is a dream, but I think about alternatives, b/c of cost.
1. If gay marriage were to be legal, what effect would it have on the nation as a whole?
2. What effect would it have on you specifically?
3. Why do you oppose/support gay marriage? Please show your thought process/reasoning as much as possible.
4. Do you believe your reason is supported by the U.S. Constitution and the spirit in which the nation was founded? How so?
Scouse, 'evil' is very ill-defined, and largely in the eye of the beholder. Its not a concept that could reasonably be used to determine public policy. You have an opinion, so you must have a reason besides that one (I hope). I'd love to hear it, the opposition isn't very well represented so far.