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EA

EA stands for Enrolled Agent. This credential is the highest degree of recognition that is being provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). An Enrolled Agent is a person who has been approved by the federal government to represent taxpayers in front of the Internal Revenue Service. In general, EAs have no restrictions on whom they can represent, what type of tax matters they can handle, or which IRS offices they can represent clients.

Classes available for all 3 Parts
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Course Duration

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3 Months per Part

Weekdays - 3 Class Per Week

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Total Batch Size

10 Students

Note - Access to the course would be available until the next 
exam date.

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About EA

EA stands for Enrolled Agent.

 

This credential is the highest degree of recognition that is being provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). 

Candidates need not worry about any specific entrance exam or work experience to enroll in the course. However, the candidate must possess a bachelor's degree and have some basic knowledge of accounting and taxation. 

Enrolled Agents represent taxpayers in tax-related matters such as tax filing, collections, and appeals before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Enrolled agents will be in demand indefinitely. Even when the country goes through tough economic times, you can stay afloat on the EA designation.

 

An Enrolled Agent is a person who has been approved by the federal government to represent taxpayers in front of the Internal Revenue Service. In general, EAs have no restrictions on whom they can represent, what type of tax matters they can handle, or which IRS offices they can represent clients in front of. 

Why Study EA ?

  • You can earn the EA credential and be just as capable if you wish to specialize in tax. 

  • If you meet the continuing education (CE) and Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) requirements, you will always be listed in the IRS National Database as an EA. 

  • The advantage of this certification is, you can handle any kind of tax issue including audits, collections, and appeals, represent clients in front of any IRS office, and also represent any taxpayer in any state. 

  • There is no particular degree, education, or experience to appear in this exam. 

  • As a result, you can provide a diverse range of benefits to the general public and set yourself apart from your contemporaries who are not enrolled. 

  • The EA designation is the best way forward for you and your career if you're a Registered Tax Preparer (RTP) or an unenrolled preparer, especially if you don't have an accounting or law degree. 

  • The enrolled agent designation is an excellent career investment. 

  • EAs typically make more money than CPAs. 

  • Enrolled agents will always be in demand. 

  • Enrolled agents are licensed by the federal government, giving them much more authority. As a result, enrolled agents can represent taxpayers in any state across the country. Enrolled agents can also represent citizens from other countries in tax matters.

EA  Course Syllbus/Curriculum

If one intends to pursue EA certification, it is important to understand all aspects of the course and exam.

EA Exam Eligibility Criteria in India – To earn EA Credentials

Candidates do not need to worry about their degree or experience to appear for this certification.

A graduate with a basic understanding of accounting can apply, but he or she must demonstrate competency in the tax-related topics. 

A candidate must pass all three parts of the Special Enrollment Examination (Individuals, Businesses and Representation, Practices, and Procedures), which covers a large portion of the Internal Revenue Code. 

Candidates must have worked for the IRS for five years in a position that routinely applies and interprets the Internal Revenue Code and regulations pertaining to income, inheritance, gift, employment, or excise taxes. 

NOTE :There isn't a clear pattern to be found. The exam cannot be taken in any particular order. Any section can be chosen as the first for the candidate. To earn the EA certification, you only need to pass all three sections. 

EA Exam Pattern & Passing Criteria

There are 3 parts of EA exam, officially it is called as SEE :

1. ​Individuals 

2. Businesses 

3. Representation, Practices, and Procedures 

 

There are 100 MCQ’s which are divided into 85 MCQ’S and 15 Experimental Questions in each parts. 

IRS exam : It includes only 85 MCQ’s with 3.5 Hours of duration. 

Because your Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) must be renewed every year, you should plan a testing session for your 1st exam portion within one year of registering for the EA exam by obtaining a PTIN. The components of the EA test, on the other hand, can be taken in any sequence.

Once you pass an EA test section, you will get credit for that portion for 2 years from the day you passed the exam.  

You should plan for passing all three stages within 2 years. That way, you won't lose credit for any portions you missed and won't have to retake them. 

The IRS has set the scaled passing score at 105. Failing candidates are provided a scaled score value so that they may see how close they are to being successful. Candidates that receive a scaled score of 104 are very close to passing.

NOTE :Scaled scores are determined by calculating the number of questions answered correctly and converting it to a scale that ranges from 40 to 130.

EA Exam Registration Procedure

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Candidates should visit the Indian Revenue Website (IRS) website. 

Create an account or if you have an account already do sign in with your credentials. 

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Enter all the details 

Receive your Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN). 

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You must schedule your exam at your preferred Prometric testing centre once you have received your PTIN.  Then, on the Prometric website, log in and enter your personal information, including your PTIN. 

Pay the exam fees via your credit card. If you prefer, you can schedule an appointment over the phone and pay with an electronic check. 

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Finally, get your appointment confirmation number, write it down, and keep it safe. This number will be used to reschedule, cancel, or modify your appointment in any way. 

EA Exam Fee Structure

The EA exam fee is at present $181.97 for each try, and you have four chances to pass the examinations per testing season. 

Your appointment can be rescheduled online or over the phone. 

Fees for rescheduling : 

 

  • No cost if you stay for 30 days or more. 

  • $35.00 for 5 to 29 days 

If you reschedule fewer than five calendar days before your appointment date, you will be charged the entire examination fee again. 

EA Exam Schedule 

Enrolled Agent examinations are conducted throughout the year except for:

  • March

  • April.

EA Exam Centers in India

  • ​Bangalore        
  • Hyderabad
  • New Delhi

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EA Salary in India

EA salaries are determined by a number of criteria, including the number of years of experience, the type of experience, and the location of employment. Enrolled agents are paid at three different levels.

There are three levels : Entry, Mid, and Senior.

The average annual salary for an entry-level enrolled agent with up to five years of experience is $42,000.

A $50,000 salary is typical for a mid-level enrolled agent with five to ten years of experience.

The average salary for a senior-level enrolled agent with 10 to 20 years of experience is $55,000. Agents with more than 20 years of experience could earn up to $60,000 per year more.

EA Job Roles & Responsibilities
A year-round Enrolled Agent assists clients. EAs frequently develop a strategy for dealing with IRS issues as part of their job responsibilities. Enrolled agents serve in this capacity to help clients reach agreements on plans, payments, estimates, and settlements. Due to the complexity of this type of work, EAs are in often demand.

Tax manager 

Tax consultant 

Senior Tax Accountant  

Tax Associate 

Senior Tax Analyst 

Tax Analyst 

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1. How do I Enroll for a course?


Just click on "Enroll Now" , fill the form and then expect a call back from our team. After screening your profile we will send you the admission letter with the payment link and other requirements to attend online classes.




2. What will happen if I miss any classes?


We provide the recorded videos of the online classes held right after every class is over.




3. How can I select my Master?


To attend classe of a particular Master, you can select your favourite Master in the Application form while enrolling for the course.




4. How many Masters will Teach me in this Course?


You will be taught by one Master only whom you choose as your Favourite while applying for the course.




5. What is the course fee and How do I pay it?


Course fee will be mentioned in the "Offer Letter" along with which a Payment link is added to make the payment.




6. Can I pay the course fee payment in Parts?


Yes, once you recieve an "Offer Letter" you can, leave a Whatsapp Message to us with your requirements with the "Admission Letter Reference Number" to know more about it.




7. When will I be contacted after submitting my application?


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