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Enrolled Agent(EA)

The EA credential can verify your credibility, open doors to new careers, and attract work opportunities.

About the EA

An Enrolled Agent (EA) is a tax professional certified by the United States federal government to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). EAs have specialized knowledge in tax law, enabling them to offer tax-related services to both individuals and businesses. They are authorized to represent clients in all IRS matters, including audits, collections, and appeals. EAs assist individuals, small businesses, corporations, partnerships, estates, and trusts. They adhere to strict ethical standards and must complete continuing education to maintain their certification

The Enrolled Agent program and examination consist of three parts covering:

  • Individual Taxation

  • Businesses Taxation

  • Representation, Practices and Procedures

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To become an EA, candidates are required to obtain a Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN). One unique aspect of becoming an EA is that there are no specific education or experience requirements to begin, making the path to becoming an EA accessible and open to anyone. However, it's important to note that while there are no strict requirements to sit for the exam, the process of becoming an EA still requires hard work, study, and dedication. 

Exam Essential

SEE is the Special Enrollment Examination, also known as the EA (Enrolled Agent) exam. The EA exam is composed of three parts, each consisting of 100 multiple-choice questions in a 3.5-hour testing time.

The three EA exams are based on current tax law. The exam testing cycle runs from May 1 through the end of February of the following year. There is no testing in March and April. Each part of the EA exam covers specific Domains (Sections) that are released by the IRS in Exam Content Outlines.

Part 1: Individual Taxation

  1. Preliminary Work and Taxpayer Data - 16%

  2. Income and Assets - 20%

  3. Deductions and Credits - 20%

  4. Taxation - 18%

  5. Advising the Individual Taxpayer - 13%

  6. Specialized Returns for Individuals - 13%

Part 2: Business Taxation

  1. Business Entities and Considerations - 35%

  2. Business Tax Preparation - 44%

  3. Specialized Returns and Taxpayers - 21%

Part 3: Representation, Practices and Procedures

  1. Practices and Procedures - 31%

  2. Representation before the IRS - 29%

  3. Specific Areas of Representation - 24%

  4. Filing Process - 16%

EA Student Catalog

The student catalog provides program and course descriptions, academic policies, repeat and refund policies.


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