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United States Tax Court Exam

Tax Court Training

Are you seeking United States Tax Court study courses or training to pass the US Tax Court Exam and practice before the US Tax Court? Then you've come to the right place!

CPA Training Center offers exam preparation courses for United States Tax Court study, enabling candidates to prepare for the US Tax Court exam through self-study materials or live seminars.Tax Court Exam Homestudy Program

Study for and pass this difficult exam, and you'll earn the right to practice in US Tax Court and represent your taxpayer clients.

Tax Court Rules - Accountants / Enrolled Agents

CPAs or Enrolled Agents who are seeking to have greater interaction with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or the right to practice in U.S. Tax Court can pursue a tax specialty designation referred to as "Admitted to Practice, U.S. Tax Court" by successfully passing the Tax Court Exam.

The US Tax Court Exam is intended for applicants who are not attorneys at law to determine whether they possess the requisite qualifications to be able provide competent representation before the Court.

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The Tax Court Exam

4 Subjects - The exam is comprised of 4 subjects of different weightings:
  • Federal Rules of Evidence (25% of the exam)
  • Legal Ethics, including the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct (10%)
  • Federal Taxation (40%)
  • Tax Court Rules of Practice and Procedure (25%)
Application Process - There is an approximate 4-month window that applications are accepted, which ends about a month before the exam is administered.

Exam Format - The exam lasts 4 hours. The total possible score is 960 points; partial credit is offered for partially correct answers; the exams are graded by committee. The applicant must demonstrate proficiency in each subject, by obtaining a grade of 70% in each tested subject.

Exam Window - The exam generally is offered bi-annually in even numbered years in November and February. The examination will be held no less often than every two years.

Exam Facility - The U.S. Tax Court building; 400 Second Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20217

Exam Fee - A NON-REFUNDABLE $75.00 examination fee shall be due with the application.

Periodic Fees - A $25.00 admission fee and $10.00 periodic registration fee shall be due upon notification by the Court that the applicant has passed the written examination and has satisfied all of the other requirements for admission to practice before the Court.

Re-testing Opportunity - A candidate who does not pass is permitted to re-take the exam.

More Info - Visit the United States Tax Court website or call 202-521-0700.

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