Interested in enhancing your qualifications in taxation law? If so, you may want to consider earning a graduate-level taxation law degree. Tax law deals with the constitutional, tax treaty, statutory and regulatory rules that apply to taxation. So what exactly are tax lawyers responsible for? Tax lawyers provide taxation assistance to individuals, small businesses and corporations, which may involve: handling disputes before the IRS; counseling clients on estate, tax and financial planning; navigating complex tax codes and laws; and overseeing business tax planning to minimize tax burdens.
There are several different taxation law grad programs to choose from, such as a Master of Taxation, a Master of Fiscal Economics or a Ph.D. in Taxation.
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