You’ve probably heard a lot about the new tax law changes and are likely wondering how they will affect the CPA Exam. We are happy to share that the AICPA has just announced this information: The new tax law will be eligible for testing on January 1, 2019.
So What Tax Laws Will Be Tested on the 2018 CPA Exam?
If you’re sitting for the REG section of the CPA Exam in the 2018 calendar year, you are required to know the tax laws and regulations prior to the enactment of the new tax law. The Authoritative Literature tool will include the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) as published before the enactment of the new tax law. This means that the tool looks the same today as it will on December 10, 2018. The IRC in the Authoritative Literature tool will be updated after the testing window closes.
Breakdown of Tax Laws on the REG Section of the CPA Exam
|Now – December 10, 2018||REG will test on tax laws and regulations in effect prior to the new tax law|
|01/01/19||REG will begin to test on tax laws and regulations included in the new tax law|
For more information about the tax law changes, please visit the AICPA website.
When Will My CPA Study Materials Be Updated for the Tax Law Changes?
Because you’re studying with Gleim, you can rest assured that our materials will be updated when you need them. Since you won’t need to know about the new tax laws and regulations now, you won’t see those changes in our course until the last CPA Exam testing window of 2018 has closed.
However, if you’re taking the CPA Exam after April 1, 2018, you will see all of the 2018 CPA Exam changes reflected in our course now. Gleim CPA Review currently features both the current and coming versions of the CPA Exam in our exam-emulating course, so you can get comfortable with the changes well before they arrive. You can learn all about the changes by downloading our free 2018 CPA Exam changes guide today.