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Tax Court license

I received your message but I don't understand what you need. You passed the CA Bar; why do you intend to take the Tax Court exam? The USTC exam is waived for members of any State Bar.

NMexEA 13:31, 10 September 2011 (UTC)

Tax Court Bar

Okay, I still don't understand.

If you passed the California Bar (congrats, btw) and are admitted in California, it doesn't matter whether you are practicing law in California or living as an EA in Arizona. The Tax Court Bar Exam is waived for you. The source of your J.D. doesn't matter.

If your CA law license hasn't been granted yet or is inactive, believe me, it will be quicker, easier and likely cheaper to activate it than to undertake the TC Bar Exam.

NMexEA 15:14, 12 September 2011 (UTC)

Geez

See the site use and copyright terms - you can't post stuff on this site that you copy and paste from somebody else's website. It's been removed so that you don't get the hosts of this website in trouble for stealing it.

Trillium 22:48, 21 September 2011 (UTC)

bUT YOU CAN POST MATERIAL YOU WRITE YOURSELF AFTER READING wIKIPEDIA, TAX BOOKS, GOVERNMENT SITES---GET YOUR MIND OUT OF THE GUTTER--NOT EVERYONE IS SO DULL THAT THEY HAVE TO ONLY CUT AND PASTE SOME OF US WRITE FOR A LIVING AND WRITE FAST

In that case

Well, in that case, it was certainly nice of you to have posted it on the website of a lawyer in North Carolina once you got done composing it here.

Trillium 23:00, 21 September 2011 (UTC)

Wikipedia's Creative Commons Attribution requirements

You should read this page before you copy and paste any info from Wikipedia onto other websites:

wikipedia policies. Specifically: "you must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work)."

Also, I believe you may have misread my post; I indicated that I found the entirety of your essay about the USTC on the website of a North Carolina lawyer. I did not indicate that I was from North Carolina.

Trillium 23:39, 21 September 2011 (UTC)

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