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How to Become a Tax Lawyer in the United States

A tax lawyer, as the name suggests, assists individuals and corporations with tax issues. Every income earner is required under the law to file taxes on his or her personal income. Organizations file taxes on their profits. Miscalculations and failing to file taxes in a certain income-earning period can have legal consequences. Tax lawyers help […]

What’s the Difference Between a Clinical Nurse Leader and a Nurse Manager?

As the health care landscape in America has changed, so has the role of nurses. While the primary function will always be to provide care to patients, nurses have also become a vital part of the health care delivery system. As the providers who often have the most direct interaction with patients and families, nurses […]

Key Mental Health Fields Worth Getting Into

These days, the healthcare industry continues to boom as populations grow, and people get busier and more stressed and unhealthy. Indeed, when you check out the rankings put together by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on the 20 fastest-growing occupations in the United States, the list tends to be filled with a variety of jobs […]

The American Dream: Why do British scientists go to the USA?

It’s easy to see the attraction of becoming a scientist. If you want to make sense of the world, improve people’s lives, discover things that no-one knows about the world and travel the planet to make a positive difference then science is the key to doing all of these things. Many of the brightest and […]

4 Ways to Pay Back Taxes

Ways to Pay Back Taxes if you live in the US… It’s tax season, and you owe the IRS more than you can afford. Don’t panic – you’re not alone. In 2009, an IRS spokesperson estimated that 8.2 million Americans owed over $83 billion in back taxes, penalties and interest. Falling behind on your taxes […]

Do Millennials participate in public affairs?

Perhaps no generation in history has been as maligned as the millennials. The 95 million Americans born between 1977 and 2000 are often accused of being entitled and narcissistic. They’re known as job hoppers who have little company loyalty, commitment, or work ethic. We’re told that their helicopter parents set them up to need constant […]


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