The National Society of Accountants (NSA) is offering a Live Enrolled Agent (EA) Exam Review Course in Charlotte, North Carolina, August 19-21, 2019.
The August EA Exam Review Course covers material pertinent to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and will prepare students for the SEE exam updates to be published July 1, 2019. The review course will be led by Bill Duncan and John Everett. Students are provided with updated class materials and customized study guides, as well as access to an online discussion community.
Registrants will be able to choose from individual sections of the exam preparation — parts 1, 2, or 3 — or the entire 3-part, 3-day review program. Part 1 of the review course also covers material that can prepare students to take the Accreditation Council on Accountancy and Taxation’s (ACAT) Accredited Business Accountant/Advisor (ABA) designation. Proctored ABA exams will be available at NSA’s Annual Meeting in Charlotte.
More information about NSA’s Live Enrolled Agent (EA) Exam Review Course is available at https://www.nsacct.org/education-events/eacharlotte. Registration is now open in conjunction with registration for NSA’s 74th Annual Meeting at this URL: http://web.nsacct.org/conference-registration
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