Is it likely to get hired as an IRS E...

Is it likely to get hired as an IRS Enrolled Agent with no degree? Any promising

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jeanoam448

Dallas, TX

#1 Oct 3, 2013
I am looking to take the (special enrollment exam) this winter and will receive my license right before the start of Tax season. I want to know what job prospects look like with no experience and no degree? I want to start undergraduate community college Spring of 2012 and eventually get a MAcc, CPA and other accounting designations before later on changing careers into big corporate law or LLm Tax. Is it likely EA status will pay for school? Does anyone have any personal stories of being an enrolled agent and student? or possibly a list of big EA firms to apply to after gaining licensure? I'm not interested in starting a solo practice while in school, I think year round full-time employment with a firm or company will provide the best job security? Any input will be greatly appreciated.
carilynsxy611

Dallas, TX

#2 Oct 3, 2013
jeanoam448 wrote:
Is it likely to get hired as an IRS Enrolled Agent with no degree? Any promising/large EA firms out there?
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I am looking to take the (special enrollment exam) this winter and will receive my license right before the start of Tax season. I want to know what job prospects look like with no experience and no degree? I want to start undergraduate community college Spring of 2012 and eventually get a MAcc, CPA and other accounting designations before later on changing careers into big corporate law or LLm Tax. Is it likely EA status will pay for school? Does anyone have any personal stories of being an enrolled agent and student? or possibly a list of big EA firms to apply to after gaining licensure? I'm not interested in starting a solo practice while in school, I think year round full-time employment with a firm or company will provide the best job security? Any input will be greatly appreciated..
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Brian

Georgetown, TX

#3 Oct 3, 2013
I have worked with accounting students who wanted experience in the tax field prior to finishing college and obtaining their CPA licenses. Getting hired in the tax industry is nearly impossible without proof of ability. Passing the Enrolled Agent exam provides the needed skills and is a recognized qualification by accounting firms specializing in tax. You will find a study course at http://fastforwardacademy.com/enrolled-agent-... that will allow you to pass the EA exam before next tax season.

Accounting firms will hire you for seasonal work and even past April 15 despite not having a college degree. Tax staffers make good income and a shortage of qualified applicants presently exists. The EA designation gets you hired for these jobs, which then results in experience that helps your future career after becoming a CPA.

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