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If you’re a tax professional or want to learn more about a career as an enrolled agent, NAEA is for you. You’ll join a thriving community of nearly 8,000 members—or if you’re an organization, you can gain access to this dynamic, engaged audience as an NAEA strategic partner.

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Access the best. With thousands of NAEA members across the country, we’ve made it easy to find the tax expert who can help you with any and every question, issue, or challenge you may face. Just check our directory.

Become an Enrolled Agent

Enrolled agents are America’s tax experts and hold the IRS’s highest credential. The demand for EAs is high and the future is bright, potentially lucrative, and highly flexible—and you can become an EA without a college degree.

"Both the online member forums and educational webinars have proved my NAEA membership invaluable. I don’t know of a tax pro who could’ve gotten through this season without the resources they provide."

Twila D. Midwood, EA and NTPI® Fellow

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Pass the EA Exam – Free Access to EA Review Part 1 for NAEA Members

Prepare for the EA Exam with Surgent EA Review, an adaptive review course that customizes study material to your knowledge of exam content and lets you know when you’re ready to pass. NAEA members receive exclusive discounts on Surgent EA Review materials and packages including free access to the Surgent EA Review for Part 1 – Individuals and $150 off parts 2 and 3 or off the Premier Pass. Learn more.

EA Journal 2022 Call for Articles

EA Journal, the flagship publication of the National Association of Enrolled Agents, seeks timely and informative articles for its 2022 editions. Please review the 2022 editorial calendar for more information. We welcome all articles, either related to an edition theme or on an unrelated topic of interest to the readership. Learn more.