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August 30th, 2013 at 10:02 PM

Regulations Governing Practice before the Internal Revenue Service: Circular 230

Please see below the regulations that govern those who call themselves tax practitioners.

You should know the difference between a Registered Tax Return Preparer with a PT number and an Enrolled Agent.

Presently, I am a Registered Tax Return Preparer because I passed rigorous exams in many areas of taxation to the satisfaction of the IRS. I am not an IRS employee.

Registered Tax Return Preparers can represent you before the IRS in matters concerning the taxes that the RTRP prepared herself. The RTRP may not represent the taxpayer for taxes that he did not prepare.

Enrolled Agent status is in my near future. I hope to achieve Enrolled Agent status by the end of 2013. Enrolled Agents may represent taxpayers in Tax Court, regardless whether the EA prepared the taxes.

I specialize in helping people who have not filed taxes for several years.

The full regulations follow at this IRS link:

http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-utl/pcir230.pdf

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