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As of 2014, there are 10,000 lawyers who are employed by the US Department of Justice. The department was established on July 1, 1870.
A partial list of taxes paid by Americans can be seen in the (late) Aaron Russo film you will find at this URL: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1656880303…867390173 The list begins at about six or seven minutes into the film, but to understand the background, it might be helpful to watch from the start.
Generally, while not absolutely required, most Lawyers in that field attain an LLm in Tax Law. that is an advanced law degree, after actually getting a JD or other Law d…egree, specialized in Tax.
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Generally about 30k a year more than an average lawyer. This puts them at about 110k-190k coming out of law school depending on where in the country they are practicing. Unles…s they go and do something stupid like work for the IRS then they only make about 70k Working for the IRS is not stupid. That is how tax lawyers learn the business. If you bothered to do some research, you would have learned that most of the "highly paid" tax lawyers across the country have worked at the IRS. If they had not, they would not possess the expertise, reputation, or contacts to become highly paid in the first place.
Yes they do ! Everyone who works has to pay tax !
An IRS lawyer, much like an accountant is up to date on the ever changing tax laws. Should be up to date on motions, legislation, and bills be passed in the House of Senate an…d Congress.
You need to complete a four year Bachelor Degree Program at an University. From there you need to pass the your state's Bar Exam to become a legal lawyer.
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