IRS Competency Exam is helping hundreds of tax professionals pass the Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR) knowledge-based comprehension test on their first attempt.We understand that most tax preparers practice their profession on a part-time basis or have other time consuming professions.The need to have an efficient practice test tool with a high success rate in the least amount of time cannot be overemphasized. If you are googling for a pass guaranteed AFTR practice test platform, you've come to the right place.
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Passing the AFTR knowledge-based comprehension test is one of the requirements to be met in order to obtain the IRS Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) – Record of Completion.
The Annual Federal Tax Refresher test contains a minimum of 100 questions in multiple-choice and true or false format. Participants will have 3 hours to complete. A minimum of 70% of the test questions must be answered correctly to pass an AFTR comprehension test
IRS Competency Exam provides a platform for AFSP participants to prepare for the AFTR exam component of the AFSP program. Our primary goal is to provide practice questions to help you pass AFTR exam on your first attemptTo participate in the AFSP program, you will need to locate an IRS approved Continuous Education provider
IRS encourages return preparers to consider obtaining their certificate of completion without delay as participants with record of completion enjoy a number of benefits.
By January 2015, the IRS will create a publicly searchable database that will allow taxpayers to see if their tax return preparers have met IRS standards or to find a tax preparer in their zip code area. The IRS intends to launch a public education campaign in 2015 encouraging taxpayers to select return preparers carefully and seek those with professional credentials or other select qualification if they pay to have their taxes prepared.
In addition to being included in the new public directory of tax return preparers launching in 2015, the AFSP – Record of Completion differentiates you in the marketplace.
PTIN holders without an AFSP will not be allowed to represent clients before the IRS
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