If you’re a tax professional, CPA, or career-changer looking to become an EA, you’ve likely heard of the IRS’s Special Enrollment Examination, or EA exam. This three-part exam is the key to becoming an EA and will help open doors for your tax career. With these 6 tips, you’ll learn how to pass the EA […]
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EA Exam Study Tips and Resources
The Enrolled Agent credential is often overshadowed by its well-known counterpart: The CPA. In fact, type “EA” in your search engine and you’ll find nothing but articles about video game developers, which isn’t exactly what we’re going for. However, despite it being more cryptic, the Enrolled Agent credential is a great option for any tax […]