Self Study Comprehensive Program
- Computer or mobile device learning from any location with an internet connection
Includes Self Study Course Materials:
- 22 Instructional Lessons Videos With Prior Years Tax Court Exams Questions, Recommended Answers & Theory Review
- eBook Study Guides With PY TC Exams Questions, Recommended Answers & Theory
- Tax Court Rules of Practice and Procedure
- Federal Taxation; Substantive Tax Law
- Federal Rules of Evidence
- Legal Ethics; ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct
Fall 2023 United States Tax Court Non-Attorney Written Examination Application Fees, Remote Examination Fees or Personal Travel and Accommodations are not included in Tax Facts Tax Professionals Resolution Representation 2022-2023 Self Study Comprehensive Program Registration costs.
REGISTRATION FEES ARE NONREFUNDABLE AND NONTRANSFERABLE TO ANOTHER PERSON, TO ANOTHER PROGRAM OR TO ANOTHER PROGRAM YEAR.
See Refund Policy / Limited Exceptions
Upon passing the fall 2023 U.S. Tax Court Non-Attorney Written Examination each applicant for Admission To Practice Before Tax Court must be sponsored by at least two persons who have previously been Admitted To Practice Before Tax Court. Tax Court Rule 200(c)
Our USTCP instructors conduct qualifications interviews with examination passing participants for the purpose of sponsor letter recommendations on the participant’s behalf. Upon determination that the participant meets the qualifications requirements, two sponsorship letters can be submitted directly to the United States Tax Court.
SELF STUDY COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS OPTION ADDITION $1,200.00
Self Study Comprehensive Program Continuing Education Credits Option offers a full curriculum including a detailed progressive learning Study Plan, Study Plan Assignments corresponding to each of the 22 lessons and 4 separate 4 Hour Simulated Written Examinations with Grading Analysis & Progressive Assessment Feedback.
Upon each lesson completion, written Study Plan Assignments are submitted to our USTCP Development Team of U.S. Tax Court Bar admitted instructors who provide a detailed review of your written answers for requisite knowledge sufficiency, scoring analysis and progressive learning feedback.
The Self Study Comprehensive Program Continuing Education Credits Option includes 4 separate 4-hour Simulated Written Examinations incorporated into the Progressive Learning Study Plan at structured learning intervals to enhance your progressive knowledge. Each Simulated Written Examination session provides you the opportunity to experience the same preparations experienced by participants in the online classes and the opportunity to receive examination Grading Analysis and Progressive Assessment from our USTCP Development Team of U.S. Tax Court Bar admitted instructors.
Taking our Simulated Written Examinations provides you with valuable analysis of your formulated written answers and points assessment so you can easily determine topic areas or related rules that may warrant additional study, terminology improvements or changes to your writing or expression style prior to taking the U.S. Tax Court Non Attorney Written Examination administered by the Court.
Tax professionals selecting the Self Study Comprehensive Program Continuing Education Credits Option may qualify for up to 60 IRS Continuing Education Credits upon achieving passing scores of 70% or higher on each Study Plan Assignment and each Simulated Written Examination part.
Certificates of Completion are provided to Self Study Comprehensive Program Continuing Education Credits Option participants who satisfy all requirements.
Contact our Enrollment Specialists to Apply the Self Study Comprehensive Program Continuing Education Credits Option to your Self Study registration: (202) 821-3764
Field of Study: Federal Tax Law Topics/Federal Tax Related Matters
Field of Study: Federal Tax Ethics
Delivery Method: Self Study
No Advanced Preparation Required
Recommended Prerequisite: Licensed CPA or EA
Program Level: Advanced
If applicable, CPAs, attorneys, and others licensed by state boards/ organizations should check with their respective boards/ organizations to determine if credit applies toward their continuing education requirements.