September is just around the corner. Before we know it, it will be time to file our taxes again. We dread April 15th each year because it is the deadline for filing income taxes each year. Have you filed your taxes yet? We make sure that we file it on time to avoid paying some fees and interest if you owe taxes. Have you noticed the bottom of the form where you sign your name and it asks who prepared the form? There are certified people who work as enrolled agent. An Enrolled Agent (EA) is an authorized tax practitioner who has expertise in taxation and who is approved by the Treasury to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for audits, collections, and appeals.
There are companies that provide enrolled agent continuing education. There are enrolled Agent continuing education requirements which are tracked by the IRS to ensure enrolled agents maintain their knowledge of tax regulations because tax laws change frequently. An enrolled agent’s expertise enables them to effectively represent taxpayers audited by the IRS. I’ve found a website that provides the necessary continuing education, FastForwardAcademy.Com. If you have ever had an interest in the field of tax preparation, make sure you check them out. They offer materials, practice exams, and other materials to make sure you’ll be successful.
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