Tag Archives: Special Enrollment Examination

Everything You Want to Know About the EA Exam 2019-2020

The REPLAY of the April  2019-2020 webinar is HERE! There are still terrific discounts to be had – grab them now! Early-Bird discount ends on April 7th. Hurry. Becoming a knowledgeable tax professional isn’t easy. It takes a lot of dedication, math skills, and the flexibility to keep up with the myriad of tax law […]

How Old is Too Old?

Today TaxMama® hears from Saroj in the TaxQuips Forum with a valid concern. “I have been doing taxes for last 20 years or so. I was thinking of taking the EA exam. But I added Financial Advising to the practice (HD Vest) and QuickBooks, also. I am 62 years old; so I don’t know how […]

Everything You Wanted to Know About the IRS EA Exam

This time of year, everyone has lots of questions about the IRS Special Enrollment Examination.  That’s why I hold a session – and record it – to explain the most important aspects of the Exam, and what you need to know if you’re going to be studying to become an Enrolled Agent.   If you missed […]

Deadline Extensions for Combatants and Disaster Areas

IRS spokesman Eric Smith reminds us that deadline extensions provided to disaster-area taxpayers and those serving in Iraq, Afghanistan and other combat-zone localities also give those affected more time to put money into an IRA. [note: You will find the links in the Resource Box below] Filing and payment extensions, granted by the IRS in […]