Enrolled Agent is a federally authorized tax practitioner entitledre by the U.S.A. Department of the Treasury. Enrolled agents play the part of taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for tax issues including collections, audits, and appeals. According to the National Association of Enrolled Agents, approximately 53,000 Enrolled Agents are practicing across all 50 U.S. states.
There are two ways and you can choose the suits you the best
1) Work for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for five years in a position requiring the interpretation of the tax code.
2) Qualify all three parts of the Special Enrollment Exam (SEE) and pass a background check
Any 10+2/ Graduates/ B.Tech/MBA / Working professional not necessarily from Finance domain with dedicated 3 Months of effort to prepare for EA Course.
The EA aspirants have to pass the 3 parts of special enrollment exam (SEE) which deals exclusively with the USA taxation.
- Part 1- Individual Taxes
- Part 2 –Business Taxes
- Part 3 –Tax Representation
Candidates have the freedom to schedule three exams in any order, but it is not mandatory to appear for all three parts in a single sitting. The exam window for enroll agent is closed during March and April months due to busy tax filling seasons in the USA.