The most recent Tax Court exam was held 11/13/14
It’s not too soon to begin your studies for 2016
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If you are a non attorney and want to practice before the Tax Court, you must pass a rigorous written admission examination that is given every other year. Approximately on 10/1/15 we’ll open registration for the 2016 dynamic class series Preparing to Practice before the US Tax Court, which provides 64 hours of instruction designed to assist tax professionals in passing the written admission examination.
Our success speaks for itself:
- 10 of our 2012 exam cycle series students passed the 2012 Tax Court exam and another individual passed after purchasing portions of the 2012 text (the Tax Court indicates it no longer keeps the statistics of the total of number who take and/or pass the exam)
- 8 of our 2010 exam cycle series students passed the 2010 Tax Court exam (the Tax Court indicates it no longer keeps the statistics of the total of number who take and/or pass the exam)
- 6 of the 8 who passed the 2008 Tax Court exam were our students of our 2008 exam cycle full series and a 7th passer attended our 2 day review class before the 11/08 exam
- All 6 who passed the 2006 Tax Court exam were our students
- 3 of the 7 who passed the 2002 Tax Court exam were our students
The live session text is revised for changes in law, procedure and court cases each time the class is offered, making it the most up-to-date course available.
We are pleased to announce Gregory & Associates, Inc. (dba USTC Practitioner’s Services) is approved as an education sponsor by the Internal Revenue Service Return Preparer Office and NASBA. We offer CE to EAs and CPAs in accordance with their policies for our group live courses.