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Enrolled Agent: Overview An Enrolled Agent (EA) is the only federally licensed tax practitioner who is an expert in US taxation. As a result, these Enrolled agents can represent taxpayers before the IRS, Internal Revenue Service, tax issues, including audits (inspections), collections, and tax appeals.  Enrolled Agent is a standard credential by the Internal Revenue Service and is recognized across all 50 US states. They will have unlimited rights to advise and prepare tax returns…

Latest Update on EA Exam Results: Candidates who are going to take Special Enrollment Exam (i.e., EA Exam) between 1st May 2021 and 1st August 2021 will not receive the scores immediately upon completion of the exam.  It is because during this period, the data will be gathered and analyzed in order to establish the passing score. A score report will be emailed to the candidate for tests taken during this period from 5th August…

Enrolled Agent is a designation that enhances the careers of professionals and accountants who intend to specialize in tax.  Let’s know the step-by-step process of becoming an Enrolled Agent (EA). Understand the Enrolled Agent Designation Know the benefits of becoming an Enrolled Agent Obtain PTIN (Preparer Tax Identification Number) Schedule your test appointments Apply for enrollment Pass suitability test Understand the Enrolled Agent Designation: The word ‘Enrolled’ is defined as to be licensed by the…

Due to Covid-19, many exams were postponed. It’s time for the EA exam – Special Enrollment Exam. It’s breaking news for all the Enrolled Agent (EA) aspirants. Here are all the required details regarding the rescheduling of the EA exam. As per the schedule, the EA exam was previously supposed to happen between 2nd to 16th November 2020. But, Internal Revenue Service has rescheduled the exam from 2-16 November 2020 to 1-15 February 2021. This…

An Enrolled Agent (EA) is the only federally licensed tax practitioner who specializes in all areas of taxation. Enrolled Agents represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for tax issues including audits, collections and appeals. EA is the highest credential awarded by the IRS and is also licensed by the IRS. The EA credential is recognized across all 50 U.S. states. Enrolled Agents are required in small and large public accounting firms, law firms,…

The EA exam precisely also known as SEE (Special Enrollment Examination) is administered by Prometric on behalf of IRS (Internal Revenue Service). The exam consists of three parts, each part has 100 questions, and you have to answer all the questions in 3.5 hours. EA Part: 1 – Individuals: The first part of the EA exam covers 5 sections: Preliminary Work and Taxpayer Data (15%) Specialized Returns for Individuals (15%) Taxation and Advice (20%) Deduction…