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At Gleim, we read every testimonial and piece of feedback our customers give. We usually use this information to refine our policies and procedures – to find out what works so that you have the best resources available when you sit down to study for your exam. But sometimes, a testimonial also gets passed around...
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Gleim now has additional ways for you to follow us and stay up to date on a daily basis along with the EA Candidate Forum. theGleimblog: A site driven by real students revealing study tips, Gleim specials and updates, and announcements Follow us on Twitter & Facebook for score releases, updates, articles, important information and...
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Steps to become an EA – Step 8 Congratulations on becoming an Enrolled Agent! You used Gleim to prepare for this difficult exam, and now you are enjoying the success of passing. At this point, you must maintain your CPE hours. Gleim offers a wide selection of online CPE courses. They are everything you need...
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Why Should You Become an Enrolled Agent? As of January 1, 2011, all paid tax return preparers must obtain a Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) before preparing returns. Tax Return Preparers with a Provisional PTIN will have until December 31, 2013 to pass a competency exam. Enrolled Agents (EAs), along with Certified Public Accountants and...
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Provisional PTIN Candidates who have a provisional PTIN may continue to prepare all types of tax returns and claims for refund through December 31, 2013, provided they complete any required continuing education requirements and renew their PTIN timely each year. The IRS will be providing guidance for those who have expired PTINs in January 2012....
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Last week I offered some reminders about why you shouldn’t let the holidays distract you from your goal of passing the EA Exam. It can be easy to remember why you want to become certified, but sometimes it is difficult to figure out how to put that into action. Here are a couple of helpful...
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Do Not Get Distracted Undoubtedly, this is one of the hardest times of the year to study. With all of the holiday traveling, merry-making, and relaxing on your plate, how can you possibly think about preparing for the EA exam? I know you work hard and deserve a break. However, I thought it was important...
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How to pass the EA – Step 7 Sit for and PASS the EA exam while you are in control. Gleim Guarantees Success! You have completed the registration process, scheduled your exam, and studied hard. Now, sit for your exam and pass! Gleim makes taking the EA a breeze. We prepare you to expect the...
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How to pass the EA – Step 6 Work systematically through each study unit in the Gleim EA Review System. Gleim has divided the overall task of preparing for the EA exam into units for each part of the exam. Each study unit for EA Gleim Online contains two 20-question multiple-choice quizzes, a 30-question True/False...
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How to pass the EA – Step 5 Schedule your exam with Prometric (online or call center). Now that you have registered with Prometric, schedule your exam. The date you schedule your exam for must be no later than one calendar year from the time your registration was completed. Click here for guidelines and tips...
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