IRS Office of Chief Counsel Not in the Market for Any New Blood

After just telling you why an accounting career path may be a little more secure than law, a friend of GC passed along this little bit of news from the IRS’s Office of Chief Counsel:

From: [IRS Office of Chief Counsel]
Date: Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 12:55 PM
Subject: RE: Chief Counsel Honors Program
To: [IRS Counsel Hopeful]

Thank you for applying to the Office of Chief Counsel. Unfortunately, we will not be hiring under the Honors Program for fall 2012. We appreciate your interest and hope that you will consider us in the future. Thank you.

Attorney Recruitment & Retention Office
Office of Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service

On the other hand, if you’re interested in running a IRS garage sale, they do have some extra junk on their hands.

After just telling you why an accounting career path may be a little more secure than law, a friend of GC passed along this little bit of news from the IRS’s Office of Chief Counsel:

From: [IRS Office of Chief Counsel]
Date: Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 12:55 PM
Subject: RE: Chief Counsel Honors Program
To: [IRS Counsel Hopeful]

Thank you for applying to the Office of Chief Counsel. Unfortunately, we will not be hiring under the Honors Program for fall 2012. We appreciate your interest and hope that you will consider us in the future. Thank you.

Attorney Recruitment & Retention Office
Office of Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service

On the other hand, if you’re interested in running a IRS garage sale, they do have some extra junk on their hands.

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