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Gleim"s EA Review for the IRS Special Enrollment Exam 2004

Corporations, Fiduciaries, Estate and Gift Tax, and Trusts

by Irvin N. Gleim

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Published by Gleim Pubns .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Questions & Answers,
  • Reference

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages322
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12282300M
    ISBN 101581943210
    ISBN 109781581943214
    OCLC/WorldCa144538123

    The Internal Revenue Service is proposing to increase user fees for a special examination for those seeking to become enrolled agents by more than percent, from $11 to $81, according to an Author: Vidya Kauri. The Internal Revenue Service offers the Special Enrollment Examination to tax practitioners who want to became an Enrolled Agent (EA) The Special Enrollment Agent Examination is a difficult 3-part test covering all aspects of federal taxation dealing with Individual Tax Return, Business Tax, and Representation, Practice and Procedures. Gleim CPA Review AUD: Auditing and Attestation: Paperback: GLEIM CPA REVIEW BEC - BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AND CONCEPTS " Airline Transport Pilot FAA Knowledge Test " Airline Transport Pilot FAA Written Exam " Airline Transport Pilot FAA. 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 question exam and you will have hours to answer all questions for that part.


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You can get the format of the EA Exam from the Thomson Prometric website. Prometric administers the Special Enrollment Exam on behalf of the IRS. Know the Two Cardinal Rules of Studying - Rule 1: There are absolutely no shortcuts to passing the SEE.

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