Looking to enhance your career as a CPA or Enrolled Agent by gaining the right to represent your clients before the US Tax Court?
To do so, all that stands in your way is achieving a score of 70% or greater on the 2015-2016 cycle Tax Court Exam. This is no small feat; only about 10% of candidates pass during each scheduled Exam.
You can significantly increase your chances of success on this grueling Exam when you use our Homestudy Program. About three times the number of our students pass the Exam!
While the ultimate prize of every student is admission to practice before the United States Tax Court, the value of the education presented in this three-tier program is more than exciting. The student will:
- Learn Advanced Substantive Tax Topics
- Learn Tax Research
- Learn Tax Court Procedure
- Learn the Federal Rules of Evidence
- Learn the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
- Learn the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct
- Prepare for the United States Tax Court Examination
The Educational Program Incorporates:
- A Modular Homestudy Approach where the course is comprised of two major topic areas - procedural and substantive. The Procedure Series consists of eleven specialized topic modules instructing the student in various areas of Tax Court Procedure and Ethics. Examples are: the Tax Court Rules, the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Statute of Limitations, Petitioning the Tax Court, Burden of Proof, Tax Court Jurisdiction, and the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct, just to name a few.
The Substantive Series consists of fourteen specialized topic modules instructing the student in various areas of Advanced Tax Law. Examples are: Basis, Partnerships, Corporations, Alimony, Estate, Gift and Trust, and Gross Income and Expense, just to name a few. The course is taught through prior USTC Examination questions.
- A Workshop Approach where the student may receive up to 88 hours of training, where the modules are discussed in-depth. Topics in procedure, ethics and substantive tax law will be taught using the theoretical matrix method. Tax theory will be taught through matrices developed by a USTC Practitioner and a top scorer on the 1994 Admission Examination. The matrix method gives the student the speed and accuracy needed to perform under grueling examination conditions.
- An Internet Site that provides support on recent case law, study issues and announcements from the U. S. Tax Court. Copies of prior exams will eventually be referenced there. In addition, valuable hyper-links will also be provided.
The approach used in this program, while specifically targeted, can be found in the Graduate Schools of Taxation about the country. The course provides the student with a wealth of information that can be used daily in their practices, not discounting the fact, the primary goal of the student may be admissions to practice before the United States Tax Court.
Drawn from our years of experience, we have created a Study Outline to assist candidates with their pace of study. This Outline sets the tone and schedule to put the candidate on track for success.
The topics are designed to prepare the student for the four testing areas of:
- Federal Taxation
- Professional Responsibility
The educational materials are provided on CD-ROM, and instruction is provided through 25 in-depth modules in an outline format. Candidates may move through the materials at their own pace.
The modules cover all US Tax Court Exam Questions and "Cited Answers" for the years 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2010. Additional exams will be added as they become available.
The modules are in Adobe Acrobat format. For your convenience, the Adobe Acrobat Software is included.
Your Best Choice for Success!
The combination of our Study Outline and education materials will arm you with everything that you need to pass the Tax Court Exam.
How can we be so confident? The author of these materials passed the Exam with the highest published grade on record! ...Maybe this is why our program is the most in-depth home study course in the nation!
Note: This course does not include the required reading materials. They must be purchased separately. A list of the required reading and links to purchase can be found HERE.