What is an Enrolled Agent?

The Enrolled Agent title is the only professional credential issued in taxation at the federal level. Maintaining the Enrolled Agent designation requires 72 hours of continuing professional education every three years. This education is narrowly confined to subjects related to taxation to maximize an Enrolled Agent’s tax proficiency. The Education is closely monitored by the U.S. Department of Treasury. Enrolled Agents are actually specialists in the field of taxation, able to prepare returns for individuals, partnerships, corporations, trusts, estates, and other taxable entities. Enrolled Agents are also authorized to appear before the Internal Revenue Service on behalf of taxpayers. Only Enrolled Agents, CPAs and attorneys have this license.

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