New York Legal Assistance Group
New York Legal Assistance Group

New York Legal Assistance Group

Overview

Founded in 1990, the New York Legal Assistance Group provides high quality, free civil legal services to low-income New Yorkers who cannot afford attorneys. Our comprehensive range of services includes direct representation, case consultation, advocacy, community education, training, financial counseling, and impact litigation.


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Chicago, IL
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Birmingham, AL
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Plant City, FL
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San Francisco, CA
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Tax Managing Director The candidate will responsible for applying industry specific knowledge to advice clients on the tax implications of their business objections, evaluating and selecting alternative actions to lessen tax burden and cost of compliance, identifying different methods of complying with tax regulations while acting as the primary client contact for complex tax issues. Will be critical member of the office / region leadership team...
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Spokane, WA
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Core Tax Services Manager The candidate will advise clients on the tax implications of their business objectives, evaluate and select alternative actions to lessen tax burden and cost of compliance, and identify different methods of complying with tax regulations while acting as the primary client contact for complex tax issues. Will apply knowledge to understand potential tax issues, and recognize and communicate potential risks and potential c...
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