U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Pre-exam Review
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
$795 for 4-hour session
Moderator: U.S. Tax Court Judge, Ret.
Georgetown University Hotel
75% Pass-rate for CPAs
Our Service - Prepare Applicants to Pass U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Examination
Call us to discuss how we can help you become an United States Tax Court Practitioner who acts as a legal representative of taxpayers before the United States Tax Court and collects fees for their services...
All-virtual program in real-time
- real-time non-attorney bar prep to problem-solve questions that appear on the non-attorney bar exam
- bonus classes with a tireless and devoted Faculty who want you to pass
- mock trials and hearings ~ small and regular tax cases with U.S. Tax Court Special Trial Judge (ret.)
- prior non-attorney exam reviews and practice writing answers with U.S. Tax Court Special Trial Judge and USTCPs
- judicial guidance to help you learn tax evidence rules, opinions and their applications
- practice and procedural review with U.S. Tax Court teaching specialist
- opinions review with U.S. Tax Court Special Trial Judge (ret.)
- prepare you for successful testing on U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Examinations
- familiarize you with procedures and documents used by U.S. Tax Court
- prepare you to enter into an ethical and comprehensive and proper practice of tax litigation before the Court
- prepare you to undertake the FBI universal background check
Our U.S. Tax Court Practitioners and Contributors
Meet Richard Cunha, Attorney, Swansea, Massachusetts, (admitted Commonwealth of Massachusetts and United States Tax Court), a 2010 graduate of TLI's U.S. Tax Court Trial Practice program. He sponsors successful test-takers for admission to practice before the U.S. Tax Court. Attorney Cunha is the legal representative of the Tax Law Institute and serves as Counsel to the Tax Law Institute.
Meet Charles Read CPA, USTCP, Lewisville, Texas. He likes to talk about test-taking strategies and developing a solo practice. He passed the Non-attorney Exam in 2014. Mr. Read currently practices before the U.S. Tax Court. He completed TLI's U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Exam Prep Program in 2014 and U.S. Tax Court Apprenticeship Program in 2015. You should hear him talk about his very first case! Charles is the recipient of TLI's 2014 Judicial Certificate of Merit for the 2014 testing cycle. Counsel Read will guest lecture parts of the "Legal Ethics" course for the 2018 U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Exam.
Meet L.B. Carpenter, CPA, USTCP, Miami, Florida. He is a tough-talking professional who took on controversial cases before the IRS that often led to "win-win" decisions for his clients. He currently consults with local attorneys and other tax professionals and serves as a true expert witness in tax cases heard by the U.S. Tax Court. He completed TLI's U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Exam Prep Program in 2016 and U.S. Tax Court Apprenticeship Program in 2017 in preparation for the Court's 2017-18 opening session. L.B. is the recipient of TLI's 2016 Judicial Certificate of Merit for the 2016 testing cycle. Counsel Carpenter will guest lecture the "Substantive Tax" tutorial for Applicants for 2018 U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Exam
More about our virtual services...
...and how we can help you become an United States Tax Court Practitioner, who can
- practice and collect fees as a legal representative before the U.S. Tax Court anywhere in the United States or U.S. territories where the Court meets
- complete a federally-approved training program that does not require you to have permission from any State authority to practice before the U.S. Tax Court situated in that State.
1. Non-attorney Test Preparation
- began Saturday, May 6, 2018, 3 pm ET
- $8,500 fee plus $795 fee for Washington DC Forum (payment plans available 10% surcharge)
- comprehensive 6-7-month weekends-only preparation program
- meeta Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Thursdays, evenings and afternoons
- all-virtual program
- inclusive of all e-books and study materials
- inclusive of consultations with U.S. Tax Court Special Trial judge
- private faculty tutoring - no charge
- includes Federal Bar Review© (intensive study) (see below)
- includes 2018 Washington DC Pre-exam Review at Georgetown University
2. Federal Bar Review
- open to all who intend to take the November 2018 Non-attorney Exam
- begins Saturday, September 8, 2018, 3 pm to 6 pm ET
- 60-day-plus intensive 2018 Non-attorney Exam preparation program
- meets Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Thursday afternoons and evenings -- Sept. 8th thru Nov. 3rd
- led by U.S. Tax Court Special Trial Judge, U.S. Tax Court Practitioners who are CPAs, and Law Professor exam-prep specialist
- 2-3 hour virtual conferences
- $3,750 program fee plus $795 fee for Pre-exam Review at Georgetown University the day before Exam
- private tutoring available
3. Apprenticeship Program
- begins on or about May 1, 2019 (for those who pass the 2018 Non-attorney Exam)
- $3,000 fee plus $750 fee for judicial advisory (payment plans)
- 45-60-day comprehensive preparation program to prepare for practice in Fall Session of U.S. Tax Court
- Meets weekends only -- Saturday and Sunday -- 24 Sessions
- Led by U.S. Tax Court Special Trial Judge, USTCPs, and Law Professor/Litigation Specialist
- Petition Preparation and Writing
- Special Trial and Post-trial Procedures
- Mock "Branarton Conferences"
- Mock "Stipulation Writing and Development"
- Mock Trials and Hearings (Video Streaming)
- Motions Practice
- Handling Discovery
- Mock Calendar Calls
- Mock Settlement Confernces
- inclusive of print and electronic study materials
- small ("S" case) and regular tax case preparation and "due dilligence"
- Trial Advocacy training
- private tutoring
4. Document Writing
- rolling admissions (non-attorneys and self-represented)
- $2,500 fee plus $750 fee for judicial advisory (no payment plans)
- 30-45-day preparation program
- weekends only, Saturdays, 10:30 am to 12:00 pm ET
- Led by U.S. Tax Court Special Trial Judge, USTCPs, and Law Professor/U.S. Tax Court Documents Specialist
- 90-min. virtual conferences
- inclusive of all study materials
- learn to prepare well-drafted Tax Court petitions
- learn to prepare Tax Court motions and post-trial briefs
- learn to prepare Tax Court memoranda of law
- faculty tutoring and consultations with retired U.S. Tax Court judge
- rolling admissions
- $5,550 fee (payment plans 10% surcharge)
- for those entirely new to taxes who want to learn basic federal tax
- plain-English explanations of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC).
- step-by-step instructions on how to prepare individual income tax returns, partnership and consolidated tax returns
- private faculty tutoring for all three-parts of the Special Enrollment Examination required to become Enrolled Agent ("FAQ")
6. Preparer Penalty Defense
- defense of Tax Return Preparers who are cited for violations pertaining to tax returns prepared by them for various taxpayers wherein improper deductions or mis-assignment of tax credits, etc. are determined by the IRS and give rise to substantial civil and criminal penalties...
- $250 fee per hour (no payment plans)
Our Distinguished Speaker
Honorable Judge John F. Dean
Judicial Contributor 2018 Testing Cycle
We strive to bring the guidance and support offered by noted tax jurists such as Judge John F. Dean and other regulatory officials of the U. S. Tax Court and Internal Revenue Service. Our speakers provide an opportunity for non-attorneys to talk first-hand with the rule- and decision-makers and gain insight into tax policy and U.S. Tax Court procedural practice. Through our various programs and live pre-exam review and tax forums at Gerorgetown University, non-attorneys and newly-admitted United States Tax Court Practitioners (USTCPs) can spend up to 26 weeks engaged in inter-active discussions with our legal and tax scholars.
Reasonable payment plans are made available to all and payment arrangements can usually be reached for those applicants on a tight budget. See "Fees".
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