NSA Enrolled Agent (EA) Exam Review Course





The 2014 NSA EA Exam Review Course is based upon 2013 tax law.  The current test window for the EA Exam is May 1, 2014 to February 28, 2015; exam questions are based upon 2013 tax law. 

The EA Exam Review Course is available for purchase in both printed and online formats. A PDF copy of the course is included with the online version. 

**The 2014 EA Exam Review Course is available now. Order below.


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Course Level: Basic/Intermediate - No Prerequisites Required 

Effective May 1, 2013: The IRS has updated the test specifications for the Special Enrollment Examination which are now posted on www.prometric.com/irs.  Part 3 now has more emphasis on ethics and representation and less emphasis on e-file:

SEE Part 3 Domains 
New % of exam
   Old % of exam
 Practices and Procedures
  35%
 33%
 Representation Before the IRS
  30%
 25%
 Specific Types of Representation
  30%
 25%
 Completion of the Filing Process
  5%  17%
The domain weightings for Parts 1 and 2 did not change.

NSA Enrolled Agent Exam Review Course
Do you want to jump-start your tax career, command higher fees and be recognized as a valued tax professional? Do you want authorization to practice and represent your clients before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)? If you answered yes to any of these questions, NSA can help you!

Pass the IRS Special Enrollment Exam the first time with NSA’s Enrolled Agent Exam Review Course, written by John O. Everett, Ph.D., CPA, a nationally recognized tax author and lecturer. This comprehensive, three-volume reference, available in print, and on-line formats, has hundreds of previous exam questions explained and analyzed. This guide is differentiated from other study guides with its emphasis on diagrams, examples, and case studies that allow you to LEARN the law, and not just memorize facts.

We challenge you to find a course that offers all of the following features at such an affordable price!

Online/Printed Format Features: 

  • Additional Study Guides - Pace your study with 18 detailed, study lessons and review questions (6 per Part) prepared by the author. 
  • Three Volumes with Over 1,000 Pages of Detailed Study Notes - Clear explanations, numerous examples, and effective study tools and exam-taking tips that prepare you to pass the exam the first time.
  • Hundreds of Past Exam Questions - Materials include literally hundreds of questions from previous open exams, complete with answers and explanations.
  • Past Exam Question Frequency Tables - Although the IRS has outsourced the exam to Thomson Prometrics beginning in 2006, the most common topics asked on prior exams will undoubtedly still be a major portion of the new closed exam. Each subtopic examined in the Review Course includes a frequency table for the last 10 years of open exams, giving you insights into the topics the IRS considered most important on the exam.
  • Final Review Card for Each Part of the Exam - This two-page super summary for each part of the exam is the perfect last-minute memory-jogger to use as a review immediately before the exam.
  • E-mail the Author to Answer Your Questions - Stumped on a particular topic? Need help understanding something? With our course, you can simply email your questions to the author.
  Online Course Features: 
  • 100 % online
  • Easy to use, user friendly format
  • Get immediate results and feedback on review questions 
  • Unlimited attempts
  • Can supplement online version with your complimentary PDF copy