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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