India’s first Enrolled Agent Coaching centre to help people to make a career at international level and to be expertise in US taxation.
Enrolled Agents are mostly known as America’s Tax Expert. Enrolled agents are the only taxpayer representatives who receive their unlimited right to practice from the federal government. Enrolled agents are licensed by IRS. Enrolled agent status is the highest credential awarded by the IRS.
Enrolled Agents are needed in small and large public accounting firms, law firms, and corporate accounting departments, state departments of revenue, investment firms, banks and in private practice.
• US Equivalent of India EAs, like attorneys and CPAs, have unlimited practice rights before the IRS.
• 4 months’ course
• Only 3 papers, Single level Exam
• Exams conducted in India also.
The Gleim EA Exam Prep is the best and is trusted by more US Tax preparers than any other
A greater number of candidates pass the Enrolled Agent exam with Gleim than with any other review provider:
Gleim has been a leader in the exam preparation market for over 45 years. We are a mission-oriented, family-run company that provides the highest quality material for EA certification.
All EA courses are driven by two unique innovations such as Gleim Instruct, and SmartAdapt™ technology.
Gleim cares about our partners and our students. The proof is in our award-winning customer service. We will always work directly with our customers to ensure the highest levels of satisfaction.
Enrolled Agent Course: Highest credential awarded by the IRS in the US
We are proud to announce that Enrolled Agent is now an official partner of Gleim in India.
Gleim Exam Prep is an industry leader and preferred EA review provider of the National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)., offering EA, and a vast library of IRS (CE) and continuing education courses (CPE) on a variety of topics.
When you enroll in an Enrolled Agent – Gleim EA Course you will experience the difference. High quality, relevant content designed for your success!
Whether you are taking an Enrolled Agent certification exam or need continuing education the Enrolled Agent – Gleim EA Course courses will have what you need.
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Who is an IRS Enrolled Agent?
An Enrolled Agent, or EA, is the only federally licensed tax practitioners who specialise in all areas of taxation. Enrolled Agents are mostly known as America’s Tax Expert. Enrolled agents are the only taxpayer representatives who receive their unlimited right to practice from the federal government. Enrolled agents are licensed by IRS. Enrolled agent status is the highest credential awarded by the IRS and recognised across all 50 U.S. states.
An enrolled agent can advise, represent and prepare tax returns for individuals, corporations and trusts. Enrolled Agents are needed in small and large public accounting firms, law firms, and corporate accounting departments, state departments of revenue, investment firms, banks and in private practice.
How to become an Enrolled Agent?
For becoming EA no prior qualification is required. Any graduate with basic accounting knowledge can apply for the same. The candidate must prove his/her competency for tax-related matter. There are two ways to become EA:
1. Pass the Special Enrollment Exam (EA Exam):
To become an EA, an applicant must obtain a PTIN and achieve passing scores on all three parts of the Special Enrollment Examination ( Individuals, Businesses and Representation, Practices and Procedures), which covers many aspects of the Internal Revenue Code.
The different parts of the exam can be taken in any order. The only requirement is that applicant must pass all three sections in order to earn the EA certification. Prometric, the company selected by IRS to administer the SEE, maintains a website where candidates can learn more about the SEE and register for the test.
2. IRS Experience:
Applicant must have worked at the IRS for five consecutive years in a position which regularly engaged in applying and interpreting the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code and the regulations relating to income, estate, gift, employment, or excise taxes.
Maintaining enrolled agent status
Part of becoming an enrolled agent means maintaining the EA certification in the future.
Enrolled agents are required to renew their license every 3 years. This ensures that EAs are up-to-date on any changes and additions to the tax code.
The IRS will notify the candidate when his/ her renewal cycle is approaching. The candidate can renew online or he/she can complete the paper Form 8554 and mail it in. Individuals who obtain this elite status must adhere to ethical standards and complete 72 hours of continuing education courses every three years. To prevent overloading of CPEs in any year of an enrollment cycle, the IRS requires a minimum of 16 hours of CPE every year.
Renewal periods are based on the last digit of an enrolled agent’s Social Security number (SSN) or tax identification number:
|SSN ends in.||Renewal Cycle||Renewal Application Period||Renewal Cycle Expiration|
|0, 1, 2, 3||2019-2022||November 1, 2021
January 31, 2022
|March 31, 2022|
|4, 5, 6||2020-2023||November 1, 2022
January 31, 2023
|March 31, 2023|
|7, 8, 9 or No SSN||2018-2021||November 1, 2020
January 31, 2021
March 31, 2021
The Exam fees
There is a $203 EA examination fee per part paid at the time of appointment scheduling. The test fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.
PTIN Application Fees– As part of the EA registration process, The fee is $35.95 and is non-refundable. According to the IRS, all enrolled agents must have a PTIN.
Enrollment to Practice Fee – Once you pass the exam and are ready to become an EA, you must pay $30 to the IRS in order to complete the enrollment process.
Enrolled Agent Course Fees- The total course fees for all three parts of the EA exam is Rs. 45,000/- (Group
Discounts available). These course fees include live classes, Instructor-led Virtual Interactive Classroom, Online Material, Continuous Faculty Support, Recorded sessions, and Mock Exams with a practice question bank of 2,000+ MCQs.
Why Become An Enrolled Agent?
You should consider becoming an enrolled agent for several reasons.
- There is a growing need for representation. In recent years, an increase in IRS enforcement has resulted in the need for more taxpayer assistance.
- You will have unlimited earning potential. You don’t need to be hired by a firm to serve in this capacity; you can start your own business and take on as many clients as you can handle.
- This is a recession-proof career. People will always have to pay taxes and will always need help.