- 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.
Although, their are one or two EA- and CPA-USTCP who hold the JD/LLM, and who are admitted to a state bar, it can be assumed that these law credentials would 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 tax practice for top and mid-tier firms.