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This study guide also includes the most recent provisions for the Affordable Care Act as well as the PATH Act extenders that are applicable to the 2016 tax year. All of these new tax law updates have been included in this volume.
This is an in-depth study guide for all three parts of the IRS Enrolled Agent exam. Using simple-to-understand language and numerous concrete examples, this study guide helps demystify complex tax law. This complete study guide covers the following:
- Part 1: Taxation of individuals.
- Part 2: Taxation of businesses, including partnerships, corporations, sole-proprietorships, exempt entities, estates, and trusts.
- Part 3: Representation, practice, and procedures.
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About the Author
Kolleen Wells is an Enrolled Agent and a Certified Bookkeeper who specializes in tax preparation for individuals and small businesses. She has worked in the accounting field for many years, including positions at a CPA office and at the county assessor's office.
Joel Busch is a professor of tax law at San Jose State University, where he teaches courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Previously, he was in charge of tax audits, research and planning for one of the largest civil construction and mining companies in the United States.