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PrepSmarter has over 2,000 questions for CPA REG. PrepSmarter reinforces previous knowledge at progressively spaced intervals so you remember past material as you move forward.

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Adaptive daily practice

Unlimited daily practice questions, adapted to your proficiency - higher your proficiency level, harder the questions. Don't waste time doing easy questions.

Multi-dimensional Review

Review previously attempted questions based on correctness, confidence level and topics. You can also bookmark questions and review them later.

Global Contests

Compete with candidates from around the world and see how you stack against others. Win exciting prizes and be featured on our leaderboards.

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PrepSmarter is designed and developed to look perfect on a full range of devices so you have an impeccable learning experience wherever you are.

Full-length mock exams

Full length practice exams cover only the topics you've already studied and not the ones you haven't. Taken under real exam conditions, these build discipline and stamina.

Rich, actionable insights

Only PrepSmarter reports your speed, accuracy and proficiency and also compares these to other candidates. So you know how you're doing and how you stack against others.

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Discuss your doubts with other candidates and professionals on our discussion forum.


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May 25 | #331100809

Ben Carr, a calendar‐year taxpayer, was 65 years old on December 30, 2015. Ben filed his 2015 individual income tax return on April 1, 2016, and attached a check for the balance of tax due as shown on the return. On July 15, 2016, Ben realized that he had inadvertently failed to claim the additional standard deduction to which he was entitled by virtue of having attained age 65 in 2015. In order for Ben to recover the tax that he would have saved by claiming the additional standard deduction, he must file a refund claim no later than


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