|EA VS. CPA||ENROLLED AGENT||CPA|
|Specialty||Tax Focused||Broad range relating to accounting|
|How To Qualify||Take the EA Exam or have 5 years experience of IRS experience||Complete the education requirements of your state & take the CPA exam|
An 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 represent clients before.
According to the BLS, IRS enrolled agents earn an average salary of $91,507 per year. This is higher than tax examiners who only receive a yearly salary of $42,035 and tax specialists who earn $63,547 per year. IRS enrolled agents clearly earn the highest salaries among IRS employees. In addition, they receive family, sick and vacation leave.
Program is designed in three topics: Part 1: Individual, Part 2: Business, Part 3: Representation, practice and procedures.
Certification and Examination
Getting the license has no education and experience prerequisite. It’s licensed nationwide. You can start a new business. An IRS Enrolled agent is a professional and well respected career.
Special Enrollment Examination-SEE separates into three part of exams: Individual, Business, and Representation, practice and procedures. Each part of the SEE contains 100 multiple-choice questions. The length per part is 3.5 hours and the fee is $101 per exam.
Class Tuition, Schedule and Location
• 18 sessions, 3 hours/per session, Once a week
• Tuition: $1200, Registration Fee: $50, Textbook Fee: $170
• Course available at local Flushing, NY
PwC Senior Tax Accountant, CPA, MS at SUNY Binghamton University in Accounting
Value Added Service
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