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Enrolled Agent Exam Pass Rate 2018: How to Learn from these Statistics

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One of the metrics that potential Enrolled Agents love to check is the historical pass rate. Are they reasonable (not too high and not too low)? How is it compared to other accounting and tax qualifications? Latest Enrolled Agent Exam Pass Rate Here is the EA exam pass rate for 12 months ended March 2018: […]

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Why Becoming an Enrolled Agent: 5 Tangible Benefits for Your Tax Career

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So you have been thinking about becoming an Enrolled Agent? Should you invest in the time, effort and money to pursuit this qualification? Your 5 Motivations in Becoming an Enrolled Agent Let me give you 5 good reasons to go ahead. 1. Same Status as CPA before the IRS The US CPA license is considered […]

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EA vs CPA: Job Nature, Salary and Career Comparison

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Are you contemplating whether to go for EA vs CPA? What are the pros and cons, and the implication to your long term career? Let’s take a look. What is an Enrolled Agent, or a CPA? EAs, or Enrolled Agents, are authorized to represent tax payers before the IRS. Their clients are individuals, partnerships, corporations, […]

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RTRP vs EA: What’s the Difference?

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If you aspired to be a tax specialist, you may have heard of RTRP (Registered Tax Return Preparer) and EA (Enrolled Agent). What’s the difference in terms of what they do, allowed to do and career prospect? RTRP at a Glance RTRP is a program launched by the IRS in 2012 in an attempt to […]

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Enrolled Agent CPE Requirements and Courses

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Congratulations in passing the EA exam and become an Enrolled Agent! Now that you are officially an Enrolled Agent, you’ll have to keep up with the good work and maintain your license in good standing. Besides paying the enrollment fee every 3 years, you’ll also need to keep up with the Enrolled Agent continuing education. […]

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