Boost your tax career, earn up to 12 hours of federal tax Continuing Education (CE) credits and prepare to earn the highest credential awarded by the Internal Revenue Service.
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An Enrolled Agent represents taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Enrolled Agent status is the highest credential awarded by the IRS, and you must either pass the IRS Special Enrollment Examination (SEE) as well as a background check, or have experience as an IRS employee. Once you become an Enrolled Agent, you have unlimited practice rights and are unrestricted in which taxpayers you can represent, what types of tax matters you can handle, and which IRS offices you can represent clients in. This program prepares you for the 3-part IRS SEE, which includes 1) Individuals, 2) Corporations and Partnerships, and 3) Representation, Practice and Procedures. Tax return preparers may earn up to 5 hours of federal tax CE credits for each of Parts 1 and 2, and 2 hours of ethics CE credits for Part 3. (The maximum number of credit hours allowed is 12.) This program is approved by the Internal Revenue Service.
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