Preparing for the ERPA-Special Enrollment Examination (ERPA-SEE)
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In preparing for the ERPA-SEE, candidates may refer to the Internal Revenue Code, Circular 230, IRS publications, as well as IRS tax forms and accompanying instructions found on the IRS Website, www.irs.gov. AIRE,LLC has provided the ERPA-SEE syllabus which includes an overview of each of the two examination parts of the ERPA-SEE, topics on each part and corresponding learning objectives.
The ERISA Outline Book by Sal L. Tripodi, APM, J.D., LL.M., is recommended as the reference text for the ERPA-SEE. Order your copy today. (Access to the online edition of the EOB is sold as a 12 month subscription basis; new edition (print and online) is available March/April of every year; order online at www.asppa.org/eob.)
AIRE Study Materials
AIRE,LLC has developed practice examinations, recorded review courses and an expanded syllabus to assist candidates preparing for the ERPA-SEE. Review and order today.
Should it be necessary to make any corrections or clarifications to the practice examinations, recorded review courses or expanded syllabus, this information will be posted on the errata page.
Important: For the 2015 ERPA-SEE, all references on the examination are to the Internal Revenue Code, Forms and Publications as amended through December 31, 2013. Also, unless otherwise stated, all questions relate to the calendar year 2013.