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Once a candidate passes the EA Exam they must file Form 23 with the IRS. The individual must have their PTIN before they can apply. The IRS says it generally takes about 60 days to process applications. Enrollment status is not effective until the request has been approved and an individual is not authorized to...
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Question: I purchased the 2011 Edition of the Gleim EA Review materials. How can I get the updates for the 2012 Edition? Answer: If you ordered the Gleim EA Review System 2011 Edition (package consisting of book, Test Prep Software, Audio Review, and Gleim Online) and will be taking the exam in the upcoming testing...
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Tax season is over and the next EA testing window has just opened. For those candidates who have already begun their exam preparations, make sure you leave one week between finishing all the study units and your exam date to do a cumulative review and to focus on your weak areas. Candidates that have been...
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Plan ahead for the exam and systematically prepare for it. When you sit for the EA exam, give them your best. Neither you or anyone else can expect more. If you have undertaken a systematic preparation program, you will do well. Maintain a positive attitude, and do not become stressed if you encounter difficulties before...
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Question: I just completed the EA exam. Now the IRS is telling me I need to complete Continuing Professional Education to keep my designation. What is this, and how do I go about taking care of it? Answer: The objective of Continuing Professional Education, or CPE, is to encourage professional growth even after an individual...
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Question: The current 10-month testing window will soon be closed. I was only able to pass two parts this past testing window. Can I still take the third part in the next window even though it will be testing on different tax laws? Answer: Candidates who pass a part of the exam can carry over...
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Sign Up for Your Exam Now! EA candidates have only two weeks to finish preparing for a part and take the exam before the close of the testing window on February 29, 2012. Sign up now for your testing date to beat the last-minute rush, and ensure you get the testing center, date, and time...
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With the close of the current EA testing window approaching on February 29, 2012, many candidates are probably trying to finish studying for a part of the exam. As your exam approaches, be sure you have completed all the study units in the Gleim EA Review System. Then, spend about 10-20 hours using the EA...
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Exam Fee Increase As of January 5, 2012, the testing fee for the EA Exam was increased from $101 to $105 for each part of the examination. Go to www.prometric.com/irs to register and pay for your EA Exam.
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The questions on the examination are directed toward the tasks that enrolled agents must perform to complete and file forms and tax returns and to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service. The examination covers federal taxation and tax accounting and the use of tax return forms for individuals, partnerships, corporations, trusts, estates, and gifts....
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