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nisha 11 years ago

What about for regulation, where there is no new material? I know there is business structure now on reg, but can we supplement that from bec's lecture?

Jeff - another71.com 11 years ago

Regulation will have non-profit taxation added this year.

Tommy 11 years ago

I've been using 2009 material for tests I've taken this year and done just fine. I got an 88 on FAR back in August. Took Reg in Oct. (still waiting for score but confident), and will take BEC end of November.