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    Unified Credit
    user-25312 - 01/2/2020, 4:42 pm
    Wouldn't the excess be under the unified credit and no taxes are due?
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    If a position is a tax shelter, what must a preparer do to assist his client to avoid understatement penalties?
    Tom-65170 - 01/1/2020, 2:43 pm
    Poorly worded question. Asks what a preparer should do, but the correct answer says what the preparer must know.
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    Home Equity Interest Deduction
    Tom-65170 - 11/26/2019, 1:05 am
    Home Equity Interest still is deductible if used to for home improvement. This question omits the purpose of the home equity loan, so it's not a valid question.
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    RPP
    Anantha - 11/23/2019, 8:04 am
    Hi Team, My name is Anantha Nag, I have purchased one year course. I have prepared for the EA Part 3 exam using this course. However, I could find only 50% of the questions from your course in the Part 3 exam that I attended 2 weeks ago. I am not sure whether you have covered all type of questions in your course. Please include all type of questions in your course. Regards, Anantha Nag B.N.
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    Wrong answer: Copier is not a capital asset
    Tom-65170 - 11/22/2019, 5:57 am
    Capital assets are either investment property or property held for personal use. The question states that he uses the copier in his business. Thus, the answer that all 3 items are long term is incorrect. Only the shares in Flora and Fauna corps are L/T
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    Study Schedule
    Rosetta-49756 - 11/18/2019, 3:35 am
    Hello my name is Rosetta Any advice how many hours a day to study to take exam in 4 weeks?
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    EA Exam Part 1
    Brandon-86474 - 11/15/2019, 12:13 pm
    Anyone take it this year yet, any advice?
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    Time to pass EA exams
    Erin-18458 - 11/8/2019, 5:44 pm
    I'm confused about the timing of the EA exams. The website states that we have two years to complete all three exam parts, but the exam material changes each tax year. If I test before February 2020, It will be on 2018 tax info, but if I took longer to pass, wouldn't the information change to 2019 tax law? Can I take IND 2018, RPP 2018, but 2019 BUS? Could anyone clarify? Thanks!
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    SE Income
    JIRAPORN-34232 - 10/30/2019, 7:35 pm
    I curious with this answer as below; 1. All HIO expenses shouldn't 100% deductable 2. Retirement plan Keogh - contribution is a business expense?
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    Serving
    Rindy - 10/16/2019, 7:10 pm
    This word is used with no military reference. It gives the impression that they are "serving" but could be interpreted to mean an inmate in prison.
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