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Wednesday, January 25, 2006

IRS Office of Chief Counsel (FIP) Seeks to Fill Attorney Position

Irs_logo_190The IRS's Office of Chief Counsel is seeking to fill an attorney position in the Financial Institutions and Products Division in Washington, D.C.

The Office of Associate Chief Counsel (Financial Institutions and Products) employs approximately 50 attorneys who work in Washington, DC. Financial Institutions and Products attorneys provide legal advice and litigation support on tax matters involving financial institutions and the taxation of financial products. These financial institutions and products include banks, thrift institutions, insurance companies, regulated investment companies, real estate investment trusts, asset securitization arrangements, life insurance contracts, annuities, options, futures contracts, original issue discount obligations, hedging arrangements, and other types of innovative financial instruments and entities. Duties include developing and drafting Internal Revenue regulations, private letter rulings, revenue rulings, technical advice memoranda, consents to changes in methods of accounting, and other memoranda dealing with tax problems submitted by taxpayers and their representatives, state and Federal agencies, and other Chief Counsel and IRS offices.

Major Duties:  The Office of Chief Counsel, IRS seeks an attorney to fill a position in Branch 4 of the Financial Institutions and Products (FIP) business unit. Branch 4 specializes in the taxation of insurance companies and products. The Office of Chief Counsel, IRS serves as independent counsel to the IRS Commissioner and furnishes legal advice and representation, nationwide, on matters related to the administration and enforcement of Internal Revenue laws.

Salary:  $65,048 - $118,828.

Application Deadline:  Today.

For further details, see here.

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