IRS Special Enrollment Examination (SEE)

An Enrolled Agent (EA) is a tax professional authorized by U.S. Department of the Treasury who, through either earning experience working as an Internal Revenue Service employee or passing a three-part exam, can represent taxpayers before the IRS. Earning this title places an individual among the upper echelons of tax practitioners and grants him or her unlimited practice rights while adhering to high ethical standards. This guide will direct you in what areas you should be knowledgeable in before you take each IRS Special Enrollment Examination (SEE).

IRS Special Enrollment Examination (SEE) Online Study Guide

The Internal Revenue Service offers the Special Enrollment Examination to people who want to became an Enrolled Agent (EA). - Click Here



Exam Details

Time Limit: 3.5 hours per section (not including pre-exam tutorial)
Cost: $105 per exam
Number of Questions: 300 total (100 in each section)
Passing Score: Scaled minimum passing score of 105
Format: Multiple Choice
Prerequisites: Obtain a Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN)
Exam Date(s): Between May 1, 2012 – February 28, 2013
Exam Results: Immediately after exam
Offical Exam Website:: IRS.gov




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