2020 Non-attorney Prep
WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO TRAIN THE TAX PROFESSIONAL FOR APPROVED PRACTICE BEFORE THE UNITED STATES TAX COURT
Federally authorized IRS Enrolled Agent, and the State-Licensed CPA and Attorney engaged in Tax Practice
Become a Member of the Bar United States Tax Court
- We believe in the knowledge base of judiciary authorities such as Distinguished US Tax Court Judge John F. Dean. The Judge prepares the federally authorized tax practitioner to pass the Non-attorney Exam and become designated, United States Tax Court Practitioner aka USTCP. The Judge then instructs the newly-admitted USTCP in U.S. Tax Court Trial Practice - litigation of federal civil tax controversies. The USTCP who successfully completes their litigation training will also be designated, "Certified US Tax Court Litigator®."
- Absolutely, 12-15 months of discussion, study, mock testing, and then more discussion is required to pass the U.S. Tax Court Bar Exam. And, if you apply our acclaimed exam prep techniques, you will not just ready yourself to pass but you'll give yourself a better-than 70% chance of getting your USTCP approvals in 2021. That's why we have a 75% pass-rate among CPAs who implemented our techniques.
- Remember this, those questions that appear on the exams are written, re-written, and graded each testing cycle by a panel of law professors, who report to a sitting US Tax Court judge. That judge is appointed by the Chief Judge. So, who better than an esteemed Judge (and Law Professor) to show you how to formulate good answers and, ultimately, pass the next exam?
US Tax Court Non-Attorney Exam Prep
with US Tax Court Judge
Retired Member of the Judiciary
United States Tax Court
Pay only $11,995 for three events that include the 7-day Opening Session & Vacation Week,
Virtual Lecture & Conference Series, that includes the Federal Bar Review® plus the Wash DC Pre-Exam Review
35% down payment required
10% surcharge for 12-month payment plan
(See our Guarantee below)
*Pre-Exam crash-course aka Federal Bar Review at Harvard©
Register early and get your best preferences
Join us on July 14, 2019 thru July 21, 2019 to prepare for the November 2020 US Tax Court Non-attorney Exam. A retired Distinguished US Tax Court Judge and other Exam Preparers will coach you how to answer questions in each of the tested sections. You'll spend five days learning how to pass. The rest of the time we hope that you will enjoy the Ritz Carlton Naples (akin to a Mediterranean Spa) where our Host has chosen to accommodate you. Bring a spouse (for an additional charge) and make improving your practice and your income a romantic affair. Fine restaurants can be found in the Hotel or nearby.
Photo Courtesy of Ritz Carlton Naples
Our Host, Ave Maria School of Law, founded in 1999, is an ABA-accredited Roman Catholic law school, located in Naples, Florida. The Law School offers a full-time three year Juris Doctor (J.D.) program that complements a traditional legal education based on the Socratic Method with an emphasis on how the law intersects with the Catholic intellectual tradition and natural law philosophy. The curriculum of Ave Maria School of Law includes a three-semester Research, Writing and Advocacy Program as well as several required courses that focus on law and ethics. The school also offers various summer courses. Ave Maria devotes four core classes to the interrelationship between law, ethics, and Catholic moral and social principles. Ave Maria Law was named the country's most devout Catholic Law School by Pre-Law Magazine for the past three years. Ave Maria Law was also named a Veteran Military-Friendly Law School, the Most Conservative Law School, and was in The Princeton Review for Top Law Schools.
Photo Courtesy of Ave Maria School of Law
Photo of Courtroom above Courtesy of US Tax Court
"If you enroll in our Complete 2020 Non-attorney Exam Preparation Program and do not pass then you may retake, free-of-charge, the 2022 Virtual Lecture & Conference Series©, that includes the Federal Bar Review©."
"Or, you may enroll in our Virtual Pre-Exam Crash Course aka Federal Bar Review©, offered two months prior to the Nov 2020 Exam. Only eight (8) sessions, the course covers all tested subjects and provides the basic skills set required to pass the Non-attorney Exam. You may retake it in 2022, free-of-charge, in the event that you are unsuccessful during the 2020 administration of the Exam."
"You may also sign up for the Federal Bar Review at Harvard©, offered live during late Oct 2020. And of course, the same Guarantee would apply (excepting Accommodations and Meals). If you do not pass then you may retake the Review next Testing Cycle in 2022.
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