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Tax Court Exam Study: Introduction to Tax Court Rule 200


Cost Free
Presentation Length 1.0 hour

Recorded DateSeptember 14, 2019
CPE:Not available
(archived webinars do not offer CPE credits)
Subject AreaTaxes
Course LevelAdvanced
Course Description

Join our USTCP Development Team to learn more about how U.S. Tax Court Rule of Practice and Procedure 200 is an opportunity for YOU to advance YOUR tax career as a United States Tax Court Practitioner counsel Admitted To Practice Before Tax Court with the requisite knowledge and qualifications to provide competent representation of taxpayers before the Court.

This FREE 1 CPE/CE online class gives you the opportunity to learn how to earn the recognized credential that enables you to provide taxpayer advisement and litigation services that you could not already do as a licensed Certified Public Accountant or Enrolled Agent. Tax Court, unlike the Internal Revenue Service, does not recognize Powers of Attorney.

During this class session, you will experience a portion of the learning content presented in the first lesson of the 12 Month Online Classes Study Program.

Explore, plan, and make the decision to enhance your taxation knowledge and expand your taxation career by taking the 2020 U.S. Tax Court Non-Attorney Written Examination to be administered by Tax Court in Washington, DC in November 2020 to become admitted to the U.S. Tax Court Bar.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain and Describe the provisions of federal tax law specified in U.S. Tax Court Rule of Practice and Procedure 200.

  • Explain the key benefits in taxpayer advisement and tax controversy representation derived from these federal tax law provisions.

  • Interpret and Understand the U.S. Tax Court limitations and requirements for case petition filing, including who can advise, sign and file a petition to the U.S. Tax Court.

  • Analyze the opportunities and benefits for your tax career advancement as a USTCP Admitted To Practice Before U.S. Tax Court.

  • Identify resources available to obtain additional information about the Court.

  • Determine whether this career advancement opportunity in federal tax law fits the direction of your intended career path in taxpayer advisement, tax controversy representation, and litigation.

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As an Enrolled Agent (EA) and United States Tax Court Practitioner (USTCP), Regina is a professional expert specialized in tax planning, professional income tax returns preparation for individuals and businesses, tax controversy examinations, audits, collections actions and appeals representation as well as tax court litigation to achieve resolution. She is federally licensed and admitted to practice by the United States Department of the Treasury and admitted to practice by the United States Tax Court as a member of the Tax Court Bar.

About Our Presenter

Tax Fact’s study program is the only 100% live group online internet based U.S. Tax Court Practitioner’s Examination Study program that is 100% developed and led by a team of USTCP instructors who have all previously diligently studied for the examination, mastered learning the rules applicable to the Court’s practices and case procedures, rules of evidence, and rules of professional responsibility that apply to practitioner counsels representing taxpayers subject to tax controversy cases before the Tax Court, traveled to Washington, DC to take the 4 hour written the examination and PASSED to become United States Tax Court Practitioner counsels Admitted To The United States Tax Court Bar.