WiseGuides Study Tools for Accounting and Tax Professionals (1-800-514-0832)
Posted on 30th Mar 2017
When you purchase all 3 parts of the EA Exam eCourse for $199 you will have access to the online eLessons, Study Questions, Final Exam questions, and eStudy Cards until February 28, 2018.
Included in the WiseGuides eCourse subscription for the IRS Enrolled Agent Exam is 24/7 Internet access to EA Exam study materials: eLessons, Study Questions, and unlimited Practice Exams. Access expires 90 February 28, 2018. This study package was designed for candidates who plan to take the IRS Special Enrollment Examination (aka: the "SEE" [...]
Frequently Asked QuestionsHow do I use the Continuing Education Software?How can I increase the font size?Can I see which questions I missed on the final exam?Some courses are marked completed. Can I retake a course?Can I print the course content, including the Final Exam? Is a history of completed courses maintained and can I [...]
How To Use WiseGuides EA Study Materials Select a topic: How to sign-in to WiseGuides EA Exam Study Materials How to reset your scores How to select a part to study (Part 1,2 or 3) How to access eLessons How to print the eLessons How to search the eLessons How to access the Study Questions How to view the Study Questions results How to [...]
Use this decision tool to determine if you qualify to participate in the IRS Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP), and learn about the program requirements. Learn more about the AFSP requirements using the WiseGuides AFSP Expert.
IRS Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR) Course Based on 2015 Tax Law in preparation for the 2016 Annual Filing Season. This WiseGuides® AFTR Course addresses all of the "Domain" topics specifically identified by the IRS to be included in the AFTR Course in preparation for the 2016 Annual Filing Season. WiseGuides® recognizes that your time is very valuable and [...]
WiseGuides offers IRS Continuing Education Courses (Sponsor ID #69GQJ), including the 6-hour Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR) Course you may need to complete by December 31, 2015, if you are a NON-EXEMPT tax preparer who chooses to voluntarily participate in the Annual Filing Season Program. Click on the IRS Annual Filing Season Program tab above for details [...]