TaxMama’s® EA Exam Newsletter – Issue 48, 2010

News from TaxMama’s® EA Exam Course

  • WARNING! IRS has put up Form 23but it is at the old $125 fee
    • Hopefully, they will reduce the fee before Thanksgiving
    • Use Form 23 now, ONLY if you are in a hurry to get your EA designation.
    • Otherwise, be patient and wait. the price will come down
  • Outline from NAEA – Looming tax issues requiring immediate attention by the Legislation are:
    • the remaining tax extenders,
    • the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts (expiring December 31st),
    • the alternative minimum tax “patch” (without which the AMT is expected to hit 23 million Americans in TY10),
    • the estate tax (which, without action to the contrary, will increase from 0 to 55 percent on January 1st)
    • and a continuing resolution to keep the government funded past December 1, 2010 (since none of the appropriations budget bills have been passed this year.)

    Hopefully, something will be done by the Lame Duck Congress before year-end!

    Want to keep posted on tax news?

    TaxMama’s® EA Class News

    PASS THE 2010 EA EXAM!

    This is the ideal time to focus on studying.
    Tax Season is over.
    The holidays are coming.

    Give up your holidays for just this ONE SEASON.
    Study hard and you will be able to finish all the exams
    by February 28, 2011.

    Give yourself the gift of more income in 2011 and forevermore.


    Monique Says:

    Feeling pretty good about having one under my belt! 
    I am motivated now to focus on the other 2 parts!!!

    Wouldn’t you like a tax course that gets you so excited?
    A course that you can actually enjoy – and understand?

    TaxMama’s® EA Class News


    What happens if you register now?

    Everyone gets this nifty TaxMama bag to hold them all.
    And other goodies. And…

    Order before April 16 & get the TaxMama Tax Tote

    1) You can replay the Orientation –
    and Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the EA Exam

    2) You can replay all the Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 Sessions.

    3) You can replay all the Final Review Sessions

    4) You have access to all the TaxMama Roundtable replays or recordings.

    5) You can download all the audios and listen to them anywhere, 
    anywhen, as often as you need to get reinforcement.

    6) Practice Building and Practice Management Tools
    You will get access to all the valuable class materials, checklists,
    forms and templates and topics you can look up in depth –
    to use with your clients on extension – right now.

    7) Ask your questions – LIVE
    You get invited to TaxMama’s Monthly Tax Roundtables, where you
    can bring up your client questions or just get clarification about law
    changes as they come up. The next one is
    November 18th at 8:00 am PT

    8) You are invited to monthly live discussions to keep your studies
    on track and answer your questions.

    9) Shhh…don’t tell anyone. But TaxMama does help students with client problems.
    It’s not really a part of the class. But I just can’t bear not to help my students.


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    For more answers:

    1) Questions people have been asking, from our last issues.

    2) Answers about the EA Exam itself

    3) Read the information on the site –
    4) Listen to the workshop – Read our discussion. Listen Read
    Or scroll down on this page to replay a mini-orientation class

    Until next time,



    Eva Rosenberg – Your TaxMama®

    TaxMama’s® EA Exam Newsletter – Issue 47, 2016

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