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The IRS (U.S. Taxes; Internal Revenue Service) Enrolled Agent (EA) exam, or the Special Enrollment Examination (EES), is a three-part exam that individuals must pass to become EAs.
Part 1 – Individual Tax
Part 2 – Business Tax
Part 3 – Representation, Practice, and Procedures
Our exam prep means that upon passing the EA exam and being accepted for enrollment by the IRS, Enrolled Agents are granted unlimited practice rights to represent any taxpayer before the IRS.
A notable advantage of Enrolled Agents is their unlimited representation rights. In fact, US Treasury regulations severely limit the representation rights of tax preparers who are not EAs, CPAs or attorneys. The demand for EAs continues to grow as taxes become increasingly complex. Now is the perfect time for tax preparers and firm accountants to consider becoming EAs. EAs, unlike attorneys and certified public accountants (CPAs), can practice in all 50 states without needing to apply state-by-state to represent clients.
Don’t worry if you have no experience in tax or accounting knowledge; you will practice everything you can to pass the exam with this question bank.
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