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New Year, New Career

New Year, New Career

How to prepare for SEE Part II of the EA Exam By Ferey Kian;EA, NPTI Fellow January 13, 2022 Some people say EA stands for Extra Attractive people. That could be true, but actually, EA has to do more with the IRS designation of an Enrolled Agent. As an EA, you will...

What Is An IRS Enrolled Agent?

What Is An IRS Enrolled Agent?

An IRS Enrolled Agent is someone qualified to represent taxpayers before the IRS. They qualify for this either by being former IRS employees or by passing a comprehensive three-part IRS test that covers both business and individual tax returns. Enrolled agent status...

What is AFSP?

What is AFSP?

If you are an entrepreneur looking to cut expenses by hiring a tax preparer to file your taxes, reduce your tax bill or solve complex tax issues, the AFSP program will suit you. You might also enroll in the Annual Filing Season Program to increase your revenue streams...

Taxpreparers! Become Enrolled Agent in 2022!

Taxpreparers! Become Enrolled Agent in 2022!

Instead of getting into competition for $150 tax preparation, get into Clients' Representation and start with $1,500. An enrolled agent is a person who has earned the privilege of representing taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service. Enrolled agents, like...

Continued Education Course  that they are offering

Continued Education Course that they are offering

A Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a post-secondary learning program that adults can use to pursue formal education. They vary from course to course, and sometimes they can include seminars, one-time classes, or even degree courses, masters, and PhDs. Different...

Study Guide: How to Become a Enrolled Agent in Florida

Study Guide: How to Become a Enrolled Agent in Florida

Are you contemplating a career in tax advisory in Florida? Or are you already a tax preparer and would like to enhance both your knowledge and earning ability? You could become an enrolled agent. Florida enrolled agents are tax professionals authorized by the federal...

How Far Back Can I File My Taxes?

How Far Back Can I File My Taxes?

Every year, over a million American citizens fail to file a tax return. By failing to file, many of these people risk losing any refund they are due, which, according to IRS estimates, averages more than $600. Procrastinators have three years to file a return and...

35 Frugal Living Tips To Save A Ton of Money

35 Frugal Living Tips To Save A Ton of Money

Creating a budget for your lifestyle A budget is a strategy for how you will spend your money each month. If you don't have a budget, even the best frugal living suggestions won't help. Consider your budget as a tool for achieving the life you desire. Because there...

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