2025 Enrolled Agent 16-Hour CE Bundle

Learning Objectives:• Gain a thorough understanding of recent changes to federal tax laws for tax season 2025 and how they...

Learning Objectives:
• Gain a thorough understanding of recent changes to federal tax laws for tax season 2025 and how they impact individual and business tax returns.
• Assess tax implications and strategies for retirement planning, incorporating changes from the SECURE Act and other legislative updates, to optimize retirement savings and income tax outcomes.
• Apply theoretical knowledge to practical scenarios through real-world examples, illustrating how to handle complex issues such as depreciation, home office deductions, and vehicle expenses.
• Get updated on recent legislative changes affecting tax credits, including updates from the latest tax laws and analyze how these changes impact tax planning.
• Understand the rules and tax implications of education savings plans such as 529 plans and Coverdell Education Savings Accounts (ESAs).
• Analyze the ethical standards and responsibilities imposed on tax practitioners under Circular 230, including duties to clients and the IRS.

Our IRS-approved 16-hour tax course bundle serves as an excellent refresher for Enrolled Agents, fulfilling the annual requirement towards the mandatory 72 hours of Continuing Education (CE) over a three-year period.

This bundle includes 2 hours of Ethics and 14 hours of Continuing Education (CE) topics. Our 14-Hour CE topics includes:

Course included

Course name Duration Level Price
2025 Federal Tax Law Updates26 WeeksAll levels$45.00$36.00
Tax Considerations In Retirement26 WeeksAll levels$45.00$36.00
Self-Employment: Lesson into Schedule C26 WeeksAll levels$45.00$36.00
1040 Tax Credit Blueprint26 WeeksAll levels$30.00$24.00
⁠Scholar’s Advantage: Mastering Education Tax Benefits26 WeeksAll levels$45.00$36.00


The SECURE 2.0 Act added exceptions to the 10% early withdrawals to be repaid within three years to an eligible retirement plan.

  • Up to $22,000 for expenses related to a federally declared disaster if the distribution is made within 180 days of the disaster occuring.
  • One distribution per calendar year of up to $1, 000 for personal or family emergency expenses to meet unforeseeable or immediate financial needs.
  • The lesser of $10, 000 of 50% of the account value for an account holder who certifies that he or she has been the victim of domestic abuse.