Enrolled Agent


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Enrolled Agent

A person authorized to represent a taxpayer to the IRS administrative courts for audit and other purposes. In order to become an enrolled agent, one must pass an exam and file Form 23 with the IRS. It should be noted that certified public accountants and attorneys may serve as enrolled agents without special licensing.
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an enrolled agent or an attorney is subject to Circular 230, and, if so.
His professional affiliations included the National Association of Enrolled Agents and the National Association of Public Accountants.
Last year, however, I ventured outside my comfort zone and sponsored a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) training for area CPAs and enrolled agents. What I discovered in the process was enlightening.
Todd Petit is also an IRS enrolled agent and prepares tax returns.
Through Wymac Capital, Inc., financial professionals, such as CPA's enrolled agents, financial planners, tax preparers, insurance agents, real estate agents, etc.
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An Enrolled Agent (EA) is a person who has earned the privilege of representing taxpayers before the IRS.
She is an Enrolled Agent responsible for representing clients before the IRS in tax matters.
In mathematics, he obtained a bachelor s degree in mathematics from SUNY Potsdam and also working as Enrolled Agent from Internal Revenue Service.
Feedback from stakeholders including the AICPA has helped shape the registration regime in other ways, too, Shulman noted: by exempting nonsigning preparers supervised by a CPA, attorney or enrolled agent from testing and continuing education requirements; by requiring registered tax return preparers to include a disclaimer in their advertisements that they are not endorsed by the IRS; and by providing flexibility in the approval process for providers of continuing education materials under the program.
The IRS recently issued a revised Form 2848, Power of Attorney; which provides authority for an attorney; CPA or enrolled agent to represent a taxpayer in matters before the IRS.
Many don't and are amazed, when the return is audited, the items that are reported," says Koreen Jervis, enrolled agent and owner of Korje' Tax Professionals Inc.