EA

About the Exam

An enrolled agent (EA) does not need a college degree; rather they must demonstrate special competence in tax matters by passing all three parts of the IRS Special Enrollment Examination. An Individual with 5 years of relevant employment with the IRS may apply for enrollment to become a tax agent (EA) without taking the exam.

• The EA Exam. Officially known as the Special Enrollment Examination (SEE) is a three-part exam administered by Prometric on behalf of the Internal Revenue Service.  Each part is taken as a separate 100 question EA exam and you will have 3.5 hours to answer all questions for that part.  A candidate may re-take each part up to four times each testing period.


 

Class Description

Students will received the study guide and online resources developed by Gleim, a leading provider of tax and accounting training materials. In addition, students will have access to Gleim’s online study support system where students can access a test bank to practice questions similar to those contained on the actual exam. Students can assemble simulated exams, get feedback on their results and guidance as to strengths and weakness. The combination of classroom instruction taught by current Enrolled Agents and IRS Agents, experts in the field of tax law, along with the study resources provided by Gleim is a proven strategy to pass this exam. Students will receive 24 hours of Continuing Education certifications.

 

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