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Question: What is the difference between the EA designation and the AFSP – Record of Completion? Answer: An EA is a credentialed tax return preparer and can represent anyone before the IRS.In addition, if you are already a CPA or hold some other accounting designation, having your EA will allow you to advertise your tax...
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Question: I am thinking about taking the EA Exam. What are the dates of the exam? Answer: The EA exam is offered during a continuous 10-month testing cycle beginning May 1 of each year and closes the last day of February the following year. For example, you may currently sit at a Prometric testing center...
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Question: If I am an EA, do I need an AFSP – Record of Completion? Answer: This program is not designed, directed or intended for credentialed preparers who already possess a much higher level of qualification. However, if an attorney, certified professional accountant, enrolled agent, enrolled retirement plan agent, or enrolled actuary seeks to participate...
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Question: Do I need to provide documentation of my education and experience requirements prior to registering for an exam part? Answer: No. Full-time university students who are in their senior (final) year may sit for the CIA exam before completing their education requirement as long as they complete the Student/Professor Application Form and submit the...
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Question: If I purchased the 16th Edition, can I use it to study for the 3-Part exam? Answer: No. The 16th Edition helps candidates pass the 4-part exam in an efficient and effective manner. The 16th Edition is in no way meant to be used for the 3-part exam. The 4-part exam will be available...
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Question: When will the EA Exam start testing 2012 tax law? Answer: Beginning May 1 of each year the EA Exam will test the previous year’s tax laws. Gleim typically releases a new edition of EA Review a couple months before the new laws are tested. Those tax laws will be covered through the last...
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Question: I have been told the CIA exam will be changing from a 4-part to a 3-part exam. When will you have materials available? Answer: The CIA exam will not be changing to a 3-part exam until July 2013. Candidates who start now will have adequate time to prepare for any part(s) of the current...
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Question: Does Gleim offers discounts on CMA exam preparation materials to students? Answer: Yes! We provide student discounts for all accounting products for those with a current university email address. If you have any questions, feel free to either chat with us or call one of our knowledgeable sales consultants at 800.874.5346.
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Question: What is the difference between the 15th and 16th Edition CIA Review materials? Answer: The 16th Edition CIA Review System was rearranged so that the topic flow more closely matches The IIA’s Exam Content Outlines. In addition, we have utilized customer feedback to streamline our outlines so they present what is needed to pass...
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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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