These tax school courses meet the continuing professional education CPE requirements for Enrolled Agents EAs and are approved by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS Provider # JK8E2). To enter a course click on the course title that you purchased below, on the left side of the screen (you may need to scroll down the page).

Our current tax courses are based on the IRS' most recently available tax laws, forms and schedules. We provide all tax students with tax course updates throughout the year on our Platinum Blog site. If you have not yet purchased a course click the following link EA CPE Tax Course


  • The tax course is actually three tax classes in one. Tax class #1 covers advanced tax topics, including the IRS Appeals process, abusive and frivolous tax schemes and military and international taxpayer topics. Small business tax and depreciation is also covered (IRS course #JK8E2-T-00034-15-S) and provides twenty hours of CPE credit. Tax class #2 covers 2015 personal and business tax return updates. Topics include the non-business energy property credit, Individual Retirement Accounts, capital gains (including the new form 8949), and the updated mileage reimbursement rates (IRS course # JK8E2-U-00054-15-S) and provides two hours of CPE credit. Tax class #3 covers ethical issues for the EA. Issues involving the possession of tax records, charging of fees for the preparation of taxes and when is a tax practitioner acting in a disreputable or incompetent manner, are reviewed (IRS course #JK8E2-E-00024-15-S) and provides two hours of CPE credit. A series of 250 questions will then test your understanding of key topics.

  • The course is actually three courses in one. Tax class #1 covers the personal income tax return; including Schedule A. Topics include non-business income, adjustments to income, credits and tax payments and itemized deductions (IRS course #JK8E2-T-00085-17-S) and provides twenty hours of CE credit. Tax class #2 covers 2017 personal and business tax return updates. Topics include the non-business energy property credit, Individual Retirement Accounts, capital gains (including the new form 8949), and the updated mileage reimbursement rates. (IRS course #JK8E2-U-00080-17-S) and provides two hours of CE credit. Tax class #3 covers ethical issues for the EA. Issues involving the possession of tax records, charging of fees for the preparation of taxes and when is a tax practitioner acting in a disreputable or incompetent manner, are reviewed (IRS course #JK8E2-E-00078-17-S) and provides two hours of CE credit. A series of 250 questions will then test your understanding of key topics. Our current courses are based upon the IRS' most recently available tax laws, forms, and schedules.

  • The course is actually three courses in one. Tax class #1 covers the personal income tax return, including Schedule C. Topics include non-business and business income, adjustments to income, credits and tax payments and depreciation (IRS Tax Class #JK8E2-T-00086-17-S) and provides twenty hours of CPE credit. Tax class #2 covers 2017 personal and business tax return updates. Topics include the non-business energy property credit, Individual Retirement Accounts, capital gains (including the new form 8949), and the updated mileage reimbursement rates (IRS Tax Class #JK8E2-U-00080-17-S and provides two hours of CPE credit. Tax class #3 covers ethical issues for the EA. Issues involving the possession of tax records, charging of fees for the preparation of taxes and when is a tax practitioner acting in a disreputable or incompetent manner, are reviewed (IRS Tax Class # JK8E2-E-00078-17-S) and provides two hours of CPE credit. A series of 250 questions will then test your understanding of key topics. Our current courses are based upon the IRS' most recently available tax laws, forms, and schedules.

  • The tax course is actually three tax classes in one. Tax class #1 covers business entities tax topics, including partnerships and S and C corporations. Topics include business income, expenses, gains and losses. contribution of capital and distributions of income and capital (IRS course # JK8E2-T-00087-17-S) and provides nineteen hours of CPE credit. Tax class #2 covers 2017 personal and business tax return updates. Topics include the non-business energy property credit, Individual Retirement Accounts, capital gains (including the new form 8949), and the updated mileage reimbursement rates ( IRS course #JK8E2-U-00080-17-S) and provides three hours of CPE credit. Tax class #3 covers ethical issues for the EA. Issues involving the possession of tax records, charging of fees for the preparation of taxes and when is a tax practitioner acting in a disreputable or incompetent manner, are reviewed (IRS course #JK8E2-E-00078-17-S) and provides two hours of ethics CPE credit. A series of 240 questions will then test your understanding of key topics. Our current courses are based upon the IRS' most recently available tax laws, forms, and schedules.

  • This tax course is actually three tax classes in one. Tax class #1 covers advanced topics including Retirement Accounts (including IRAs), Estates and Trusts. Topics include minimum health insurance requirements, estate and gift tax returns, a summary of the most common trusts, the IRS appeals process, abusive and frivolous tax schemes, and military and international taxpayer topics. (IRS course # JK8E2-T-00088-17-S) and provides nineteen hours of CPE credit. Tax class #2 covers 2017 personal and business tax return updates. Topics include the non-business energy property credit, Individual Retirement Accounts, capital gains (including the new form 8949), and the updated mileage reimbursement rates ( IRS course #JK8E2-U-00080-17-S) and provides three hours of CPE credit. Tax class #3 covers ethical issues for the EA. Issues involving the possession of tax records, charging of fees for the preparation of taxes and when is a tax practitioner acting in a disreputable or incompetent manner, are reviewed (IRS course #JK8E2-E-00078-17-S) and provides two hours of ethics CPE credit. A series of 245 questions will then test your understanding of key topics.

  • This tax course is actually three tax classes in one. Tax class #1 covers the Personal Income Tax Return, Form 1040 (including Schedule C), the Partnership Tax Return, Form 1065, and the Corporate Tax Return, Form 1120. Specific topics include the tax treatment of non-business and business income, adjustments to personal income, tax credits and tax payments, tax differences between S and C corporations. Contribution of capital and distributions of income and capital and depreciation. The tax class IRS approval number is JK8E2-T-00089-17-S and provides 25 hours of CPE credit. Tax class #2 covers current personal and business tax return updates. Topics include updates to Individual Retirement Accounts, tax credits, capital gains (including the new form 8949), and the updated mileage reimbursement rates. The tax class IRS approval number is JK8E2-U-00080-17-S and provides three hours of CPE credit. Tax class #3 covers ethical issues for the EA. Issues involving the possession of tax records, charging of fees for the preparation of taxes and when is a tax practitioner acting in a disreputable or incompetent manner, are reviewed. The tax class IRS approval number is JK8E2-E-00078-17-S and provides two hours of CPE credit. A series of 310 quiz questions and 150 final exam questions will then test your understanding of key topics. Our current courses are based upon the IRS' most recently available tax laws, forms, and schedules.