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What is an Enrolled Agent (EA)?

Enrolled Agents, often referred to as EAs, are tax experts credentialed by the U.S. Treasury Department. These individuals are given unrestricted privileges to represent taxpayers in front of the IRS, making them valuable assets in the world of taxation. Unlike attorneys or CPAs, EAs specialize specifically in tax law.

Enrolled agents are required to pass an arduous, 10-hour, three-part tax law exam, along with a suitability check that includes a criminal background clearance. And they must complete 72 hours of continuing education in tax law updates to renew their license.

When you need a tax expert, see an enrolled agent.

What can an EA do for me?

Enrolled agents offer tax planning, preparation of complex tax returns, and representation services for businesses, estates, trusts, corporations, partnerships, and individuals.

You’ll want to seek out an EA for any tax-related issues. In fact, the IRS says EAs are uncontested experts on tax topics.

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Have you received an IRS notice, an IRS audit letter, an Intent to Levy, or do you have a tax bill that you want to dispute? With virtually unlimited practice rights, there are no restrictions to the types of tax matters an Enrolled Agent can manage for you, and can do so at a fraction of the cost of a lawyer.


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