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Question: Am I allowed to bring a calculator into the CMA exam to help with the questions that require mathematical computation? Answer: Candidates may bring and use simple six-function calculators during the CMA exam. The test center will not provide calculators for candidates who do not have their own, and calculators that do not conform...
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Question: When I purchased my CMA Review System, I was told I get access to a Personal Counselor. How do I contact my Personal Counselor? Answer: Once you have logged into your Gleim CMA Review Course(s), you will receive an email with the name and contact information for the Gleim Personal Counselors. When you have set...
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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 saw on the CPA web site that the references in the Content Specification Outline for the exam have been updated. Does that mean new content will be tested? Answer: The CSOs remain unchanged since the implementation of CBT-e January 1, 2011. Only the references within the the Content Specification Outlines have changed. In...
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Question: When I purchased my CPA Review System, I was told I get access to a Personal Counselor. How do I contact my Personal Counselor? Answer: Once you have logged into your Gleim Online Courses, you will receive an email with the name and contact information for your Gleim Personal Counselor. The email will contain...
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