If you have any questions about your taxes or would like to learn more about how the IRS works, an Enrolled Agent is the right person for the job. Enrolled Agents are trained and licensed by the IRS to provide tax advice on complex matters.
If you are having problems with your taxes, contact an Enrolled Agent
If you are having problems with your taxes and don’t know who to call, contact an Enrolled Agent. An Enrolled Agent is a licensed tax professional who can help you navigate the IRS system and resolve any issues that may arise. They can also act as a liaison between you and the IRS so that problems don’t become bigger than they need to be. The services they offer include:
· Represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
An enrolled agent is an individual who has met the requirements to be a registered tax agent and has been authorized by the IRS to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
· Assist clients in income tax return preparation.
You will assist clients in the preparation of their income tax returns. You may also prepare the tax return or file it for them if they are not able to do so themselves. You will provide advice on how to minimize taxes, maximize deductions and credits, etc., as well as any other information necessary for filing a proper return (e.g., Schedule A).
Your ability to perform these duties depends on whether you have been certified by the IRS as an Enrolled Agent (EA). If so, then you must register with the IRS EDI system before beginning work with any client(s)
· Provide advice on complex tax matters
The IRS Enrolled Agent (EA) is an independent agent who provides advice on complex tax matters. This means that they will represent taxpayers before the IRS, assist them in income tax return preparation and provide advice on complex tax matters. An EA can also represent taxpayers in other areas of law such as estate planning and trust administration.
An EA works closely with a client to help ensure that their taxes are filed correctly and accurately by providing expert guidance throughout the year. They will also help address any questions or concerns they may have about their taxes or how they should file them if they have not hired an EA yet.
The role of an IRS Enrolled Agent is a valuable one. It’s important to understand the other roles that you can play as an IRS Enrolled Agent, but most importantly remember this one: your role is to provide service and assist others with their tax problems.
If you enjoy helping others and want to make a difference in the lives of your clients, then this could be the career for you!