January 31, 2018

 

NAEA Announces “Enrolled Agent Week” Proclamations

WASHINGTON, D.C., January 31, 2018 — The National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA), the organization that represents more than 50,000 federally-licensed tax professionals, has been working with its state affiliates nationwide to have the first week in February proclaimed “Enrolled Agent Week.” Thus far for 2018, Governors from the following states have issued Enrolled Agent Week proclamations: 

Arizona Michigan
Arkansas  Missouri
Colorado  New Hampshire
Georgia   New Mexico
Hawaii  North Carolina 
Illinois  Ohio 
Indiana  Pennsylvania 
Iowa  Tennessee 
Kansas  Texas 
Louisiana  Vermont 
Massachusetts Wisconsin

 

“The beginning of tax season is upon us so we are pleased to see so many states recognize the knowledge, professionalism and integrity of enrolled agents,” said NAEA Executive Vice President Cedric Calhoun, CAE, FASAE. “We hope that this recognition will encourage more Americans to hire an enrolled agent to prepare their taxes, so they don’t end up having to hire one later to represent them at an audit. All enrolled agents specialize in taxation — their testing and continuing education revolves around that one subject. That’s why they’re called ‘America’s tax experts!’”

To find a federally-licensed enrolled agent in your area, go to the free “Find a Tax Expert” directory at www.eaTax.org.

About the National Association of Enrolled Agents
The National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA) has been powering enrolled agents, America's tax experts®, for more than 45 years. NAEA is a non-profit membership organization composed of tax specialists licensed by the U.S. Treasury Department. NAEA provides the networking, educational opportunities, programs and services that enable enrolled agents and other tax professionals to excel beyond their peers. Enrolled agents are the only federally-licensed tax practitioners who both specialize in taxation and have unlimited rights to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service. To find out more, visit www.naea.org and follow NAEA on Facebook and Twitter.

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