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Course SummaryUse this comprehensive study guide to review details about individual and corporate tax processes and procedures. These video and text lessons are useful resources when you're preparing for the IRS Special Enrollment Examination (SEE).
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About This Course
This course is designed to address everything you need to know for the SEE exam, from tax credits and deductions to assets and expenses. You will review facts about individualized tax returns, tax considerations for corporations, and the roles and practices of IRS-enrolled agents. Lessons cover key definitions and examples to clarify all of the information covered in this chapter. Once you have completed this guide, you should be able to:
- Provide details about preparing individual and specialized tax returns
- List sources of income and discuss income and asset taxes
- Detail taxes on property and retirement income
- Identify itemized tax deductions and types of tax credits
- Understand various business tax considerations
- Calculate business income
- Detail business expenses, deductions and credits
- Analyze financial reports
- Describe the practices of IRS-enrolled agents
- Understand how to represent taxpayers during audits, appeals and during the collection process
- Go through the process of filing taxes
About the Exam
The SEE is a required exam one must complete before becoming an IRS-enrolled agent. The exam consists of three parts: Individuals; Businesses; and Representation, Practices and Procedures. Each part of the exam contains 100 multiple-choice questions, and test takers are given 3.5 hours to complete each part. The test is not given in March or April. The scaled passing score for the SEE is 105.
Special Enrollment Examination (SEE) Preparation & Registration
Our extensive course is designed to cover all of the topics you can expect to be tested on when sitting for the SEE. Lessons detail such topics as filing state and federal income tax returns, types of income, IRAs and 401(k)s, capital gains and stocks, itemized deductions, and types of tax credits. Business-related topics include tax exemptions, partnerships, shareholder requirements, business credits and expenses, income calculations and types of corporations. Still other lessons address ways in which IRS enrollment agents represent clients in various processes. Lessons are presented in both video and text formats and are accessible from any device at all times, making it convenient to study whenever and wherever is best for you. Short lessons take only minutes to review and brief self-assessment quizzes provide quick ways you can determine how much you have learned and measure your readiness to take the SEE.
To register for the SEE, you must create an account on the Prometric website. Click on Schedule Now next to the SEE test name, choose a testing center and test time and date, and pay the required fees for the exam. You will then receive an appointment confirmation email. A government-issued ID must be presented at the testing site on the day of your exam.
The Special Enrollment Examination is administered by Prometric, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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