- M. Tax
- LLM Taxation
- Anyone who deems him/herself prepared to pass the nonattorney examination, and is approved to test by the Office of Admissions of the U.S. Tax Court.
What about the EA-USTCP or CPA-USTCP who obtains a law degree?
The EA- and CPA-USTCP who earns the JD, and who is admitted as an attorney to a state bar, may earn up to $300,000 (EA-USTCP) and $400,000 (CPA-USTCP) annually.
An EA- and CPA-USTCP who hold the JD/LLM, and who are admitted to a state bar, can be assumed with these law credentials to fetch the FATP annual income up to $350,000 (EA-USTCP) and $450,000 (CPA-USTCP), respectively, especially if the FATP is associated with a law or accounting firm engaged in tax litigation or Federal tax practice. These estimates are based upon known industry standards for attorneys engaged in similar tax practice with top and mid-tier firms. There is no reason to assume that a nonlawyer so credentialized would command any less.