IRS Enrolled Agent Examination Study Guide

Start a lucrative business as an Enrolled Agent! Study the important topics and take a few quizzes to get you ready.

Enrolled Agent is a person who has earned the privilege of representing taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service. Enrolled agents, like attorneys and certified public accountants (CPAs), are unrestricted as to which taxpayers they can represent, what types of tax matters they can handle, and which IRS offices they can practice before.

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. Test-takers who pass the test can apply with the IRS to be an enrolled agent and to represent taxpayers before the IRS in tax preparation, collection, and audit matters.

Learn about the Enrolled Agent program through Kian Finance Authority Study Guide. Learn step by step process:

  • Where to sign up for the test?
  • What types of questions should I expect?
  • What topics in various IRS circular, publications and forms are most used in the tests?
  • How long it takes for average person to study for a successful test?

Studying for the exam requires planning and diligent studies of targeted topics.   A person who does not know the mechanics and types of questions in the test can spend hundreds-or thousands of hours going through the IRS website.  Of course everything is on the website, but if you have gone through it, you know it is not a study guide.  Our study guides will cut through the chase and show you the specific test question criteria.

Each Part of the test will take around 4 hours to complete.  It is administered by the tax vendor Prometric in one of the 260 sites throughout. Prometric Inc. worked with the IRS and the tax preparer community to develop the test. Kian Finance Authority has been involved in providing Income Tax Return education in various workshops, colleges and training seminars, developing hundreds of tests and quizzes in Income tax and accounting subjects for many years.

The exam is hard and studying could be stressful, but think about it like this:  No college degree is required and yet by studying 200 hours, you can be treated like a CPA, or an Attorney when representing clients before the IRS.  What happened if you failed?  Nothing, you can re-register and re-take the exam at a time and place convenient to you.

Kian Finance Authority Enrolled Agent Study Guide  will aid you in all  3-part tests:

1-    Individual

2-    Business

3-    Representation, Practice and Procedures

Order today and plan for your exam.  Give yourself enough time to study using the study guide and firming up your tax knowledge through the targeted material.  Study the previous exam questions and take sample test.  We will also provide you the topics you need to be searching in more detail to help you pass on your first try.

To start a lucrative Career as an Enrolled Agent Order Both Study guide and Sample Tests..

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IRS Special Enrolled Agent Examination

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KFA Enrolled Agent Examination Study Guide

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Part 1: Individuals: $59 

Part 2: Business: $59

Part 3: Representation, Practice and Procedures: $59

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