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    social security
    user-30657 - 08/4/2020, 12:53 pm
    questions 17 and 22 where similar but you did not include half of the social security in the income and both of the provisional income where under 25000 for single taxpayers please expplain
    Why a British citizen who prepares tax returns for Americans living in England is not a tax Preparer?
    user-38886 - 08/3/2020, 11:14 pm
    This question with the explanation must be reviewed, or can someone make sense of it please?
    The depreciation should be add to the taxable income
    Fan-28298 - 07/28/2020, 3:48 pm
    The answer should be $22800+$20000=$248000, right?
    Exam Results Prometric
    user-38960 - 07/27/2020, 11:41 pm
    Hello All, Has anyone recently in the past few weeks taken the exam at the Prometric center and did not get their results immediately from the staff? I took IND today and strangely the computer showed I passed but the staff could not confirm. In the past the staff provided the result immediately, printed a certificate and you would receive an email confirming you passed. I tried calling customer service and was directed to the Prometric exam results site which doesn't have my results either. So as of now I have no confirmation if I passed or not. Just curious if anyone else has run into this.
    Error on test
    Yong-Gyun-53597 - 07/22/2020, 9:34 pm
    I think that date is weird. Please check this question.
    Nondeductibility of alimony
    Catnip - 07/1/2020, 11:11 pm
    I reviewed the Reminder in 2019 Publication 17 that speaks to this new rule; but does this mean it can never be deducted or there is a separate process to be applied in the subsequent tax year?
    There is no correct answer.
    Inyoung-71001 - 06/17/2020, 2:54 am
    Why municipal bond interest is included from gross income? This is not a mutual fund interest.
    Will to sister
    Chauncey-85452 - 05/31/2020, 10:43 am
    Why is the$75,000 value of the will left to her sister is not included as a gift tax of $60,000 (75000-15000)? The car was included as $22,000(37000-15000)?
    Arrangement of Questions
    Paresh-34958 - 05/17/2020, 5:31 pm
    How are the questions organized. Whether these have been organized topic wise or Enrolled Agent Exams? I am looking for Individual taxation paper only. Maximum question papers. Thanks in advance for your reply
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