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Pass the 2018 U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Exam
- Enroll now in the Nation's #1 non-attorney exam prep program
- Virtual 3 hr. classes begin Saturday, May 5, 2018 thru Saturday, November 3, 2018
- Get started for just $2,125 downpayment
- Group Conferences/Private Tutorials
- real-time conferencing and pre-testing with former U.S. Tax Court judge to prepare CPAs and Enrolled Agents to be "admitted to practice, U.S. Tax Court"...
- Mock Trials of small and regular tax cases for non-attorney applicants and newly-admitted United States Tax Court Practitioners, presided over by former U.S. Tax Court judge...
- tax prepare IRS-approved tax practitioners (CPAs and EAs) to test successfully on the 2018 U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Examination...
- to prepare newly-admitted United States Tax Court Practitioners to write and submit the documents required for small and regular Tax Court cases...
- to prepare newly-admitted United States Tax Court Practitioners, through Mock Trials, to engage in affirmative trial practice before judges of the U. S. Tax Court...
- to provide training through our "Professional Tax Practice Program"... to persons with no knowledge of federal tax who aspire to be Enrolled Agents or U.S. Tax Court Practitioners...
Meet Richard Cunha, Attorney, Swansea, Massachusetts, (admitted Commonwealth of Massachusetts and United States Tax Court), a 2010 graduate of TLI's 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 Chief Counsel to the Teaching Faculty.
Hear Charles Read CPA, USTCP, Lewisville, Texas, 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. Most often, he likes to talk about his very first case. Charles is the recipient of TLI's 2014 Judicial Certificate of Merit for the 2014 testing cycle.
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 looks forward to engaging the IRS in U.S. Tax Court where he will litigate small and regular tax controversies. 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.
Our Teaching Faculty
- former law professor
- former U.S. Tax Court judge, IRS District Counsel,
- seasoned IRS enrolled agent and former IRS revenue agent
- recently admitted United States Tax Court Practitioners
1. Non-attorney Test Preparation
- begin Saturday, May 5, 2018,
- $8,500 fee (payment plans available 10% surcharge)
- comprehensive 6-month weekends-only preparation program
- meets Saturday afternoons from 3 pm to 6 pm ET
- virtual conferences/no physical classroomattendance
- inclusive of all e-books and study materials
- inclusive of consultations with retired U.S. Tax Court judge
- private faculty tutoring
- includes Federal Bar Review© (intensive study) (see below)
- inclusive of fee reduction, test-takers pay only $795 for admission to 2018 Washington DC Pre-exam Review with U.S. Tax Court judge (retired), and luncheon, reception and overnight accommodations at Georgetown University
2. Federal Bar Review
- open to all
- begin Saturday, September 8, 2018, 4 pm to 6 pm ET
- 60-day comprehensive preparation program
- meets weekends only, Saturday afternoons, 4 pm to 6 pm ET
- led by Teaching Faculty & former U.S. Tax Court judge
- 2-3 hour virtual conferences/no physical classroom attendance
- $3,200 fee (no payment plan available)
- private tutoring
3. Apprenticeship Program
- begin on a Saturday, May 2019 (for those who pass the 2018 Non-attorney Exam)
- $2,500 fee plus $750 fee for judicial advisory (no payment plans)
- 45-60-day comprehensive preparation program
- weekends only, Saturdays 3 pm to 6 pm ET
- Mock Trials
- virtual conferences/no physcial classroom attendance
- inclusive of print and electronic study materials
- small and regular tax case preparation
- petition writing
- stipulation and motion writing
- Trial Advocacy training
- faculty tutoring
- inclusive of consultations with retired U.S. Tax Court judge
4. Document Writing
- rolling admissions (non-attorneys and self-represented)
- $1,500 fee (no payment plans)
- 30-45-day preparation program
- weekends only, Saturdays, 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
- 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
- $2,500 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 all types of returns, including individual income tax returns, partnership and consolidated tax returns
- private faculty tutoring for all three-parts of the Special Enrollment Examination that the IRS requires so as to be approved as an 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...
- $195 fee per hour (no payment plans)
We strive to bring the guidance and support offered by noted tax jurists and regulatory officials of the U. S. Tax Court and Internal Revenue Service. Our speakers provide an opportunity 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 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.
Certified U.S. Tax Court Representatives
There are currently two (2) United States Tax Court Practitioners and one (1) tax attorney affiliated with TLI. They are available to taxpayers for consultation and retention as U.S. Tax Court representatives. They may be retained for individual, partnership, corporate, trust or estate tax determinations of the IRS that you want to challenge. (See "U.S. Tax Court Reps" for contact information)
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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