Becoming an ENROLLED AGENT is a Career Choice that Enhances your Tax Practice
There are three primary areas of practice for an Enrolled Agent: these areas affect everyone’s life.
- THE PLANNING CYCLE – Financial, Estate and Asset Protection
- PREPARATION – Individual, Partnership, Corporation, Gift, Trusts, Estate, and Payroll Reporting. Also individual state requirements, FTB, CDTFA, EDD.
- REPRESENTATION – Review and respond to IRS letters and notices, audits of tax returns, collections of assessments, and appeals of IRS actions.
How do you become an Enrolled Agent?
- Work for the Internal Revenue Service for five years in a position related to the tax code.
- Pass the Computer-Based Three (3) Part Exam administered by Prometric.
- CLICK HERE to register for Prometric IRS: Internal Revenue Service Testing for the Special Enrollment Examination. The current Test Period is May 1, 2019 through February 28, 2020 and tests applicants on the federal tax law as of December 31, 2018. There is no testing in March or April.
How can GGSEA help you?
GGSEA has partnered with the College of San Mateo and created ACTG 176 – Special Enrollment Exam (SEE) Prep Class. The next class is Fall 2019 and runs from August 20 to December 10, 2019 on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 to 8:50 p.m.
CLICK HERE for the CSM Accounting EA Prep Class
CLICK HERE for CSM Admissions Information
CLICK HERE for CSEA’s Scholarship Application