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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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Accounting degree/IRS enrolled agents can own, CPA useful but not necessary.
Included among the 17 bills were a measure to modify the alternative tax for certain small insurance companies as well as another bill allowing the Treasury Department to regulate enrolled agents, who represent taxpayers before the IRS, and to permit enrolled agents meeting the Treasury secretary's qualifications to use the designation "enrolled agent," "EA" or "E.
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governed certain aspects of the conduct CPAs, attorneys and enrolled agents with regard to their interactions with the IRS.
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Last year, however, I ventured outside my comfort zone and sponsored a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) training for area CPAs and enrolled agents.
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Shulman said the IRS would move forward with other aspects of its return preparer regulation plan, including competency testing and continuing education requirements for preparers who are not CPAs, attorneys or enrolled agents.
Require competency tests for all paid tax return preparers except attorneys, certified public accountants (CPAs) and enrolled agents who are active and in good standing with their respective licensing agencies.
Four groups of professionals who can prepare California returns: attorneys, enrolled agents, certified public accountants and registered tax preparers.
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