TAX COURT EXAM FAQ

WHAT IS FREEMAN LAW TAX COURT COURSES PROVIDE?

Freeman Law provides subscribers 6 classes that will provide insight and educational tools in Tax Court practice and procedure.

HOW DO I REGISTER?

Register/Login Process:

  1. Visit the registration login page here to get started.
    Click Here for login area.
  2. To REGISTER, click “Register an Account”
  3. Enter a username (example: Freemanlaw)
  4. Enter your email address
  5. Click Register
  6. You’ll see “Registration successful, please check your email to set your password.”
  7. Once that is complete, you will receive an email (at the email address that you provided).  The email will be titled “[Freeman Law Learning Center] Login Details”. NOTE: If you don’t see the email in your “inbox”, please check your junk folders.
  8. You will then see a link that looks like this (Example: https://learningcenter.freemanlaw.com/wp-login.php?action=rp&key=WVlNv6rro5k7H5q3kAVe&login=Freemanlaw)
  9. You’ll be then directed to enter a password of your choice and see “see “Enter your new password below or generate one”.
  10. Once you create your password, click “Save Password” to store your new password
  11. You will be directed to the login page
  12. First, enter your username or Email Address and the password that you created (in steps 8 and 9 above).
  13. Click here to login into your Course Area Click Here for the login area.
  14. Direct your way to the September 15th class or
    click here to go immediately to it.
  15. All set!
WHERE DOES MY PASSWORD EMAIL GO AT REGISTRATION OR PASSWORD RESET?

You will receive an email with your Password information. PLEASE CHECK YOUR JUNK/SPAM FOLDER if you dont see it in your inbox.

WHY SHOULD YOU TAKE THE TAX COURT PREPARATION COURSE WITH FREEMAN LAW?

Our course is administered and taught by credentialed tax attorneys. Our attorneys have first-chaired hundreds of Tax Court cases to verdict. We bring a wealth of procedural and substantive experience as well as a passion for teaching and communicating. Our course faculty includes Jason B. Freeman, who is a dual-credentialed attorney-CPA, and currently serves as the Chairman of the Texas Society of CPAs. Mr. Freeman has taught tax law as a professor at the Dedman School of Law for nearly a decade and has been recognized by Chambers & Partners as among leading tax and litigation attorneys in the United States and was named the “Leading Tax Controversy Litigation Attorney of the Year” for the State of Texas for 2019 and 2020 by AI. Matthew Roberts served for years as the clerk/attorney-advisor to the Chief Judge of the Tax Court. Mr. Roberts received his LLM in Taxation from the New York University School of Law and is a nationally recognized tax controversy attorney and prolific author. Zach Montgomery is a dual attorney-CPA with significant experience in both sophisticated tax law and accounting. Mr. Montgomery is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law and a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. And finally, Gregory Mitchell is the director of the SMU Dedman School of Law’s federal taxpayer clinic. He obtained his LLM in taxation from the New York University School of Law.

WHAT IS THE COST FOR THE COURSE AND WHEN ARE THE CLASSES?

Our Tax Court Exam Preparation Course is a series of classes. There will be a one-time fee of $119.00, which covers materials and attendance at all classes.

Classes are currently scheduled for September 2, 2021 (6:00-8:00 CST); September 15, 2021 (6:00-8:00 CST); September 30, 2021 (6:00-8:00 CST); October 14, 2021 (6:00-8:00 CST); October 28, 2021 (6:00-8:00 CST); and November 11, 2021 (6:00-8:00 CST).

WHAT CAN I EXPECT?

Freeman Law’s Tax Court Examination Program provides a comprehensive review, giving each examinee the tools and knowledge to pass the written examination. The course will include thorough outlines of tested subject matter jurisdiction, as well as instruction on reading and analyzing Tax Court opinions, and a review of subject matter. Participants will also review written examinations and will receive class instruction from accomplished tax attorneys with years of experience practicing before the Tax Court.

WHAT SUBSTANTIVE TAX MATTERS ARE COVERED IN THE EXAM?

The Tax Court examination covers the following general substantive subjects:

  • Income taxation.
  • Taxation of estates and gifts.
  • Tax procedures and legal analysis.
  • The structure and history of the Internal Revenue Code, as amended, and the general subject of the revenue laws and the interpretation placed thereon by the Court in leading cases.
  • The constitutional and general substantive law applicable to Tax Court cases.