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Become an Enrolled Agent (EA) and
Maximize Your Tax Earnings in 2018 and Beyond
New EA Exam Preparation Course from Pronto Tax School
Helps You Pass the Enrolled Agent Exam on the First Try — Pronto!
What You Get in this EA Exam Preparation Course
Pass the Test with Confidence!
  • Learn which areas of tax law have the most and least questions on the Exam 
  • Use our diagnostic testing system to shore up the weak areas of your tax knowledge 
  • Take simulated exams to hone your test-taking skills — our simulated exams look and feel exactly like the real Exam
  • Get exclusive, extensive video training with renowned instructor, CPA Arthur Reed
  • View real-life examples of tax law in action, to move beyond mere memorization into actual understanding
  • Track your progress and only go take the Exam when you know you're ready!
Your Satisfaction Is Guaranteed with Our Rock Solid 14-Day Money Back Guarantee!
Preview the Course
Adaptive Drills
Video Training
Cynthia Fuentes, EA
Pronto Income Tax & Business Solutions
"As an Enrolled Agent, I can offer additional services, primarily tax resolution.  I am generating more revenue than I was prior to obtaining my EA license, and I feel confident in working with more complex tax returns."
Why To Become An Enrolled Agent (E.A.)
How Is this Credential Going to Benefit You?
Michael Rozbruch, CPA, CRTS
Founder of Roz Strategies and Creator of the Tax Resolution Domination System & Toolkit
“Becoming an Enrolled Agent is the quickest way for tax professionals to take advantage of the hottest area in tax today: Tax Resolution."
Exclusive Offer 
Regular Price ---> $1,350
Our Exclusive Price ---> $997
Meet the Course Creators
Pronto Tax School, Inc. has partnered with Lambers, Inc. to bring you this top-rated course that helps you pass the IRS Special Enrollment Examination (SEE) and become an Enrolled Agent (EA). 

Founded in 1966, Lambers has helped hundreds of thousands of people pass the CPA and EA exams.  The company has been known for over 50 years as having some of the best instructors in the entire industry and we are pleased to partner with Lambers on this product!

By teaming up with Pronto Tax School and Lambers, you'll feel calm and confident as you pass the EA Test and become a licensed Enrolled Agent who's ready and able to maximize your tax earnings in 2018 and beyond.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of becoming an Enrolled Agent (EA)?

There are two main benefits of obtaining the EA credential: 1) you'll prove your advanced tax knowledge to your clients and the general public and, by doing so, you'll attract higher-paying work, and 2) you'll be able to represent clients with IRS issues, allowing you to access the booming area of the tax industry known as Tax Problem Resolution.

Why is the demand for Tax Problem Resolution growing so rapidly?

Over 19 million taxpayers owe the IRS money and haven't paid.  The main reason the demand for Expert Tax Problem Solvers is growing is because so many more taxpayers are self-employed these days; experts predict that up to 50% of all American workers will be self-employed by 2020.  This will undoubtedly lead to more tax problem resolution work and will increase the demand for EAs who are licensed to do this kind of work.

What is "Tax Problem Resolution" work?

Tax problem resolution work entails solving tax problems for taxpayers.  This can includes setting up installment agreements, settling tax debts for less than is owed through the IRS Offer in Compromise program, reducing or eliminating penalties assessed to taxpayers, and all kinds of other fun stuff.  This is an incredible way to help clients.

Can Tax Problem Resolution work help me earn money when it's not tax season?

Yes, this type of work is available year-round.

Is it difficult to pass the EA Exam?

It is a challenging exam but rest assured many people pass it every year.  On a scale of 1 to 10 we would say it is about a 7 in terms of difficulty.  Taking an EA Exam Preparation Course makes it much easier to pass, and much more likely that you will pass on the first try.

What makes this course stand out from other courses?

Three main things differentiate this course from all others: 1) More video training than any other EA Exam Prep Course, by far, with over 45 hours video instruction.  2) The instructor, CPA Arthur Reed, is an awesome teacher who is not incredibly boring and explains things in a very accessible way.  3) The customer support is outstanding, everyone involved actually cares about helping you become an EA!

Do I need any educational prerequisites before taking the EA Exam?


Can I become an EA if I never went to college?


What's the #1 thing I can do to make sure I pass the EA Exam?

Use an EA Exam Preparation Course with a diagnostic testing platform (such as our system), because diagnostic testing will show you the areas of tax knowledge you need to work on before you go take the Exam.  Most tax pros are stronger in some areas and weaker in others.  Our diagnostic testing system shows you which areas of tax law you need to study to assure yourself of a passing score.

How does the EA Exam compare to the CPA Exam?

Passing the EA Exam is much easier than passing the CPA Exam and for this reason many people who do not pass the CPA Exam choose to pass the EA Exam instead, which allows you to do much (not all) of the same work as a CPA.

Can I complete this course at my own pace?

Yes, this is an online course, you can work through it on your own schedule.

Do you provide support for this product, if I have additional questions?

Yes, through our teammate Lambers, Inc., we provide you with full tech support for the product itself, as well as "Ask the Expert" support if you have questions about the materials themselves or the process of becoming an EA.  Support is available via email and phone.  Phone support is provided by actual human beings, who actually care about helping you.

Is there any extra charge for the support you provide?

No, it's included.

Can I get continuing education hours for this EA Exam Preparation Course?

The IRS allows us to grant up to six hours of CE for this course.  However, the primary goal of this course is not to get CE credits.  The point is to pass the EA Exam.

How many hours will it take me to complete the course?

Remember, this is not a traditional CE course where you need to "knock out" XYZ hours for your credits.  This is a test preparation course.  How long you spend on the lessons will depend on your own situation.  We recommend allotting 20-40 hours of study time.

What's the best way to use this course to pass the EA Exam?

Students are finding great success by following this simple, step by step system: First, get logged in and complete your initial assessment.  This assessment will tell you which weakness areas you need to "shore up."  Next, watch the video training for those weakness areas.  Now use the Adaptive Drills ("mini-tests") which will prove you're starting to shore up your weaker knowledge areas.  Once you've shored up those weaker areas, start working the Simulated Exams, which look and feel exactly like the EA Exam.  Once your scores on the Simulated Exams indicate you're ready to pass the EA Exam, go take the test, and pass it.  This is not a complicated process.

Is this course updated for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, a.k.a. "Tax Reform"?

The EA Exam is always one year behind.  The IRS will update the EA Exam starting in 2019 and this course will be updated in February of 2019 to reflect the new materials.  The current course is the most updated material that you will see on the real EA Exam.

Why are you calling this the "EA Exam," when the IRS calls it something different?

The IRS uses the term "Select Enrollment Examination" (SEE) to describe the test you need to pass to become an Enrolled Agent.  For ease of understanding, we are using the term "EA Exam" on this page.  So many acronyms, so little time... :)

What is on the EA Exam?

The IRS publishes a list of topics that appear on the EA Exam.  Our EA Exam Preparation Course precisely follows the IRS list of topics.  There are three parts of the EA Exam: Individual Taxation, Business Taxation, and Practices & Procedures Before the IRS.

Can I take the parts of the Exam separately?

Yes, you can take each part separately, if you choose.

How many questions are on the EA Exam?

100 questions per part and there are three parts.

Where do I take the Exam?

You will go to a testing center in your local area to take the test.  Currently the testing centers are operated by a third party company, Prometric, Inc.

How much does it cost to sit for the EA Exam?

It costs $181.94 per part to sit for the EA Exam.  This fee is charged by Prometric, Inc., the test administrator.

Do I need to take any additional actions to become an EA, other than pass the test?

In addition to passing all three parts of the Select Enrollment Examination (SEE), you will need to fill out IRS Form 23 (brief application), and also undergo a background check.  We provide you with full instructions about the process as part of this training course.  You also must renew your Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) every year in order to keep your EA license active.

How long do I have access to the course?

One full year!

Do I need to take continuing education to maintain my EA license?

EAs must complete 72 hours of continuing education every three years, including at least two hours per year of ethics.  This averages out to 24 hours of CE per year.

Can Pronto Tax School, Inc. provide me with my EA continuing education?

Yes, we can.

Do you have a money back guarantee on this product?

Yes.  If you are not satisfied for any reason, simply let us know within 14 days of your purchase, and you'll receive a full refund.  We're only happy if you're happy.

Does Pronto Tax School, Inc. offer a payment plan for this product?

We do offer payment plan solutions.  For more info, please email support AT or call us 310-422-1283.  Be advised that the price when you pay via payments is a bit higher due to the risk and expense we incur in collecting payments.

Will I keep my same Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) once I become an EA?


Do I need to have a PTIN before I take this course?


What can I do if I have additional questions before purchasing this program?

We are always happy to answer any questions you may have!  Please feel free to contact us by email support AT or phone 310-422-1283 or and send us a Facebook message.  You can also review the list of Frequently Asked Questions about the EA Exam located at this page on the IRS website.

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