Enrolled Agent Boot Camp – Oct 21-25, 2019, Las Vegas, NV

NSTPInternal Revenue Service (IRS), NSTP Education

Enrolled Agent Boot Camp

Enrolled Agent Boot Camp, Oct 21-25, 2019, Las Vegas, NV As an Enrolled Agent (EA), you can represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service, command higher fees, and be recognized as a respected tax professional. Energize your existing tax practice or hit the ground running as you start a new career by becoming an EA. By attending NSTP’s EA Boot Camp, you will master tax basics and be equipped to pass the Special Enrollment Exam (SEE). Our highly experienced instructors will present information to help you to master tax basics and prepare for a successful SEE. Tax return preparers may earn up to five hours of Federal Tax continuing education credit for each of Parts 1 and 2, and two credit hours of Ethics for Part 3. The maximum amount of SEE prep program is 12 credit hours total. SEE Test Preparation CE is not available to EAs, or ERPAs.   Full Course Oct 21 – 25, 2019 Part 1 Oct 21 – 22, 2019 Part 2 Oct 23 – 25, 2019 Part 3 Oct 22, 2019 Executive Members Rate: $1349.00 Full Members Rate: $1449.00 Non-Member Rate: $1649.00 Executive Members Rate: $309.00 Full Members Rate: $329.00 Non-Member Rate: $479.00 Executive … Read More

Status of Enrolled Agents

NSTPInternal Revenue Service (IRS)

Status of Enrolled Agents

Status of Enrolled Agents This year’s enrolled agent renewal cycle has finished, and the IRS is now beginning the annual clean-up of those who have Social Security Numbers ending in 0, 1, 2, or 3 and did not timely renew. Those who did not renew during the 2016 and 2019 cycles will be moved to terminated status (2,700+). Those who did not renew during the 2019 cycle will be moved to inactive status (4,900+). Letters will be sent to all affected Enrolled Agents beginning this week advising them of the IRS planned action.  See letter samples here and here. Anyone in inactive status can still submit a late renewal for approval; with proof of continuing education. Anyone in terminated status must re-take the Special Enrollment Exam (IRS SEE) to apply for re-enrollment. If an EA disagrees and has a record of previously renewing their EA status, they should contact the number on the letter they receive.

Enrolled Agent Fees are Increasing

NSTPEnrolled Agent, Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Enrolled Agent Fees are Increasing

Enrolled Agent fees are increasing. The IRS has announced that the fees for Enrolled Agent applications and renewals will be changing effective June 12, 2019, as follows: Increase the amount of both the enrollment and renewal user fee for enrolled agents from $30 to $67; and Remove the initial enrollment user fee and increase the amount of the renewal user fee for enrolled retirement plan agents from $30 to $67. In November 2018, IRS issued proposed regulations that would increase the amount of both the enrollment and renewal user fee for enrolled agents from $30 to $67. The proposed regulations would also remove the initial enrollment user fee for enrolled retirement plan agents currently in Reg §300.10 because IRS no longer offers initial enrollment as an enrolled retirement plan agent. In addition, the proposed regulations would also increase the amount of the renewal user fee for enrolled retirement plan agents from $30 to $67. The IRS has now finalized the regulations without any change. The increased fees are effective on June 12, 2019. For more information, click here.

Introduction to Taxpayer Representation

NSTPInternal Revenue Service (IRS), Tax Professionals

Introduction to Taxpayer Representation

Introduction to Taxpayer Representation NSTP is offering a new course to help you prepare to represent your clients effectively, taught by Isaac R. McRae, III, MST, EA, and NTPI Fellow. To register today or for more information about Introduction to Taxpayer Representation, to be held on June 24-25, 2019, at the DoubleTree Hilton Hotel, Williamsburg, VA, click here. Tax professionals who can represent a taxpayer before the IRS have a leg up on those who aren’t prepared. Attorneys, Enrolled Agents, and CPAs have unlimited representation rights, and can represent a taxpayer on any tax matter, regardless of who prepared the return. All other tax professionals have limited representation rights with the appropriate credentials. The Introduction to Taxpayer Representation course will help you effectively represent your client before the IRS whether in a full or limited representation capacity, and is taught by Isaac R. McRae III, a highly respected Enrolled Agent who also holds an MST and is an NTPI Fellow. REGISTER TODAY for Introduction to Taxpayer Representation, to be held on June 24-25, 2019, at the DoubleTree Hilton Hotel, Williamsburg, VA. A credentialed taxpayer representative can competently represent their clients if they are prepared in the following areas: Audit selection … Read More