Course Isotope 5

CA 101: Welcome to the Law School Career Advisor

Welcome to the Law School Career Advisor. Law school career advisors serve as a vital lynchpin between the college of law and alumni success.  Career advisors are committed to alumni success.  Alumni should view law school career advisors as their partner in their professional development, especially those alumni exploring a…
141 Students
$59

Bankruptcy Scholar Certificate Exam – 250 Questions

Bankruptcy Scholar Certificate Exam – 250 Questions. So, do you have what it takes to pass the 250-question exam and earn the Bankruptcy Scholar certificate from National Bankruptcy Academy? Start down the path toward being recognized by your peers and prospective clients as a top Chapter 7 consumer bankruptcy attorney…
139 Students
$59

BK 102: Constitution, Statutes, Rules and Caselaw

Constitution, Bankruptcy Code, Bankruptcy Rules, and Case Law. Embedded in the United States Constitution is the genesis of bankruptcy protection in America.  The Founding Fathers recognized the need for bankruptcy protection as an alternative to incarcerating indigent individuals in “debtors’ prison” – a common way to deal with unpaid debt in…
53 Students
$59

BK 103: Six Types of Bankruptcy Cases

Six Types of Bankruptcy Cases. The Bankruptcy Code provides six basic types of bankruptcy cases.  Each type of bankruptcy case is codified in a distinct “chapter” of the Bankruptcy Code.  11 U.S.C. § 101 et seq.  Each type of bankruptcy case is identified by the Bankruptcy Code “chapter” number that contains the…
75 Students
$59

BK 104: Timeline for a Chapter 7 Case

Timeline for a Chapter 7 case. Debtors are frequently apprehensive of and often overwhelmed by the bankruptcy process.  So, a detailed explanation of the Chapter 7 timeline goes a long way to soothing a debtor’s anxiety.  Understand the day-by-day operations of a typical Chapter 7 case.
129 Students
$59

BK 105: Alternatives to a Chapter 7 Case

Alternatives to a Chapter 7 Case. Filing bankruptcy is a last resort for most people.  People in debt try to avoid bankruptcy by “tightening their belts” to reduce monthly expenses so the debts can be repaid over a period of time.  Other people try increasing monthly income by working overtime or…
101 Students
$59

BK 106: Chapter 7 Eligibility

Eligibility for a Chapter 7 Case. To qualify for relief under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code, the debtor may be an individual, a partnership, or a corporation or other business entity.  11 U.S.C. § 101(41) & 11 U.S.C. § 109(b).  Bankruptcy relief is available under Chapter 7 regardless of the amount of…
115 Students
$59

BK 107: Role of the U.S. Trustee

Role of the United States Trustee. A U.S. trustee is part of the United States Trustee Program established by the United States Department of Justice.  The U.S. Trustee Program is a component of the Department of Justice that seeks to promote the efficiency and protect the integrity of the federal…
59 Students
$59

BK 101: Welcome to National Bankruptcy Academy

Welcome to the National Bankruptcy Academy. Who Should Take These Courses? https://youtu.be/DcyGOS83p_A Attorneys across the nation are adding a bankruptcy practice area to their list of services to attract new clients, more fully serve the needs of their existing clients, and increase their profits.  FEES CAN RANGE FROM $1,500 to…
254 Students
$59

IA 101: Routine Installment Agreements

Routine Installment Agreements. The Federal government raises money to fund governmental operations through tax revenues collected by the IRS.  Taxpayers are required to voluntarily comply with the Tax Code, including filing returns and paying taxes.  The IRS wants full payment of the tax liability ASAP.  The IRS encourages taxpayers to pay…
93 Students
$99

Intro 101: Welcome to National OIC Academy

Welcome to the National Offer in Compromise Academy. Who Should Take These Courses? https://youtu.be/GLpJ7IM2jTg Tax professionals across the nation are adding an Offer in Compromise (OIC) practice area to their list of services to attract new clients, more fully serve the needs of their existing clients, and increase their profits. …
249 Students
$99

ISR 101: 3 Types of Relief from Joint and Several Liability

Three Types of Relief from Joint and Several Liability. Many married taxpayers choose to file a joint tax return because of benefits this filing status affords them but ignore the detriments.  When filing jointly, both taxpayers are jointly and severally liable for the tax and any additions to tax, interest, and penalties…
98 Students
$99

BK 101: Welcome to National Bankruptcy Academy

Welcome to the National Bankruptcy Academy. Who Should Take These Courses? https://youtu.be/DcyGOS83p_A Attorneys across the nation are adding a bankruptcy practice area to their list of services to attract new clients, more fully serve the needs of their existing clients, and increase their profits.  FEES CAN RANGE FROM $1,500 to…
254 Students
$59

Intro 101: Welcome to National OIC Academy

Welcome to the National Offer in Compromise Academy. Who Should Take These Courses? https://youtu.be/GLpJ7IM2jTg Tax professionals across the nation are adding an Offer in Compromise (OIC) practice area to their list of services to attract new clients, more fully serve the needs of their existing clients, and increase their profits. …
249 Students
$99

OIC 107: Offer Amount Formula

Offer in Compromise Offer Amount Formula. https://youtu.be/U4zEn2bHWC0 The three types of Offer in Compromise are as follows: (a) compromise based on “doubt as to collectibility”; (b) compromise based on “doubt as to liability”; and (c) compromise that promotes effective tax administration.  26 C.F.R. § 301.7122-1(b); Johnson v. Commission of Internal…
191 Students
$99

ISR 106: Premature & Untimely Claims

Premature and Untimely Claims. A Requesting Spouse electing Innocent Spouse Relief and/or Separation of Liability Relief or requesting Equitable Relief must be cognizant of the window of opportunity.  Elections and requests can neither be made prematurely nor untimely.  Premature claims are discussed first, followed by a discussion of what constitutes…
167 Students
$99

ISR 111: Refund Claims

Refund Claims Made by an Innocent Spouse. The Requesting Spouse seeking relief from joint and several liability must be able to distinguish between civil claims for tax refunds and civil actions for tax refunds.  Civil claims for tax refund are made administratively with the IRS utilizing IRS Form 8857.  Civil…
166 Students
$99

MK 105: Objections to Closing Prospects

Overcoming a Prospect’s Objection to Closing This course teaches attorneys how to overcome a prospect’s objection to closing.  Learn that “no” does not mean “no” in the bankruptcy sales closing context. A rainmaker understands that “no” really means that a prospective client lacks sufficient information to feel comfortable engaging the…
165 Students
$59
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