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ENROLLED AGENTS – ENROLLED AGENTS NATIONWIDE
Enrolled Agents for State Tax Relief – Enrolled Agents for Federal Tax Relief
LICENSED ENROLLED AGENTS ON YOUR SIDE
To be an ENROLLED AGENT, Federally licensed to negotiate TAX RELIEF for taxpayers with States or with the IRS or Federal Government, if an Enrolled Agent is FORMER IRS, that agent must have served as an IRS agent for at least five years.
Steve Brock, of Brock Tax Relief, served as an IRS agent for 18 YEARS. He also served as a trainer of IRS AGENTS and a SUPERVISOR OF IRS AGENTS. When you see a TV commercial about “Former IRS Agents”, think of BROCK TAX RELIEF for IRS experience that very few can match. Brock knows the IRS.
What are Enrolled Agents?
Enrolled Agents are individuals licensed by the federal government to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service. Enrollment dates back to 1884, when Congress acted to regulate persons who represented citizens in their dealings with the Treasury Department, after questionable claims had been presented for Civil War losses.
What exactly do Enrolled Agents do?
Unlike lawyers or CPAs, Enrolled Agents specialize in taxation. Throughout the year they advise, represent and prepare returns for individuals, partnerships, corporations, estates, trusts and any entities with tax-reporting requirements. In California, for example, the more than 4,000 members of the California Society of Enrolled Agents prepare almost 2,000,000 tax returns each year. Enrolled Agents’ expertise in the constantly changing field of tax law enables them to be effective representatives when taxpayers are audited by the IRS.
Are there other requirements?
Over the years, an average of one-third of individuals taking the examination have passed, allowing them to apply for enrollment and subject themselves to a background investigation. In addition to the stringent testing and application process, Enrolled Agents are required to earn 72 hours of continuing professional education, reported every three years, to maintain their status. Because of the difficulty in becoming enrolled and maintaining that enrollment, there are fewer than 34,000 Enrolled Agents in the United States. In contrast, there are about 375,000 certified public accountants (CPAs) nationwide.