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Tax attorneys are attorneys that work with taxpayers to resolve any issues they have with the Internal Revenue Service or their state's revenue department. As a result, tax attorney jobs focus on issues of taxation and tax relief. Tax attorneys help taxpayers with audits, have liens removed, fines reduced, and aid in navigating through the morass of self-employment and small business tax issues. These professionals often work hand-in-hand with accountants to come up with solutions to financial problems.
When people think of taxes and the law they often think of the IRS. There is another career that you could get involved with if you enjoy working with numbers and you like helping people. Gaining employment as a tax lawyer is something that not a lot of people think of when they think about lawyers. This kind of profession is one that is needed by a lot of people.
Considering the total activity of a corporate tax department, it is not hard to understand that there is a perennial debate as to whether this is a financial or legal function. At the entry level, much of the work is involved in the preparation of the more than 500 tax returns that must be filed to meet federal, state and local tax requirements. In addition, reports are prepared for taxes on income, sales, use, property, capital stock franchises, payroll, license fees, etc., plus keeping records of all these returns and reports for reference. In large corporations, the amounts involved can easily be $100,000,000 or more.