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Normally, this section offers successful study tips to ensure that you pass the EA exam on your first attempt. This week, however, begins a series in which we point out some poor study habits which you should avoid picking up from start to finish. Music’s in the Air Explanation: Loud noises and music can interfere...
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Visit Gleim at the National Association of Enrolled Agents Conference in Las Vegas The 2012 National Association of Enrolled Agents is being held in Las Vegas this week. Stop by the Gleim booth August 5-7 to register for your chance to win either a Gleim Review System (for the exam of your choosing) or a...
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Question: Do I have to sit for all three parts in the same 10-month testing window? Answer: No. Candidates can sign up for the exam one part at a time. Candidates who pass a part of the exam can carry over passing scores for up to two years from the date the candidate took the...
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Our free EA exam questions provide a representative sample of 40 multiple-choice questions for each exam part to identify your strengths and any weaknesses before you start or while you are preparing for the EA exam. If you are nearing the end of your review and would like a tool that provides practice in an exam...
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Question: I bought the EA Review materials last year, but plan to sit for the exam in 2012. Can I use my old materials to pass the exam? Answer: Beginning May 1 of each year the EA Exam will test the previous year’s tax laws. Those tax laws will be covered through the end of...
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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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