What Will I Learn
- Learn how to answer surprise exam questions in our amazing final review sessions
- Learn how to manage your own Tax Practice
- Learn more Tax Law in 6 months than you would in 4 years at college.
- Practice doing tax returns: 1040, Schedule C, 1065, 1120, 1120S
- Learn International Tax Issues
- Learn how to do Tax research
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What Is An Enrolled Agent (EA)
An Enrolled Agent (EA) is a federally-authorized tax practitioner who has technical expertise in the field of taxation.
The Enrolled Agent is empowered by the United States Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service for audits, collections, and appeals.
The Profession has been regulated by Congress since 1884.
The National Association of Enrolled Agents was formed in 1972 and offers some great information and member services.
“Just a note to say I really enjoyed your Review course, it was a huge help to me to relearn tax since passing the CPA exam back in 2000 and then winding up doing valuations. Awesome, awesome lectures, materials, and resources, just a wealth of great material. I passed all three parts of the EA on first attempt over a 6-wk period, and I found the combo of your lectures/slides, FastTax, and Mike Reed’s Excel review sheets were very helpful in passing.
Anyway, I have to compliment you on the service you are providing the EA community. Knowing what students face coming into this, I think this course is a great mix of tax prep and practical experience to help them pass and most importantly, start a practice. Very, very well done!”
– Tim Turley, CPA