Each credit hour equates to an estimated 50 minutes of class time. The actual time it takes to complete a course is highly dependent on the student’s prior tax knowledge and ability to learn. Someone learning taxes for the first time will likely take more time than someone who has prepared taxes for years.
During your enrollment period there is no limitation on how much time you can access your program. Your material is available for you 24 hours a day; 7 days a week.
All of our CE courses are licensed for 180 days. Normally a student will complete the class within a very short period of time, but this provides a longer period in case of scheduling issues. You must finish your CE course by 12/31 if you wish to receive credit from the IRS. For example, if [...]
Yes; you are able to “pause” your test at any point, and return to it at a more convenient time*. *For the IRS AFTR course you must complete every lesson (and associated slides) and review before you can access the final exam. You are allowed 3-hours for the final exam and it is continuous (you [...]
To get CE for a specific course what is the amount of time I need to spend completing each course? Am I required to view every slide?
IRS requirements for online CE simply stipulate you must pass the course final exam with a score of 70% or higher. There is no stipulation on the amount of time you must spend reviewing course material; and you are not required to access every slide*. *Note: If you are taking the AFTR course, you must [...]
After you register and pay your tuition, you will receive immediate access to the Tax University’s Continuing Education Courses. All our CE programs are available online so there is no need for printed materials.