National Tax Practice Institute®

Quick Links Overview Register Sponsors/Exhibitors Agenda Speakers Education Resources Future NAEA Virtual Forums and Education Events #EA2020 Representation Digital Forum November 9 – 11, 2020 NAEA Tax Preparation Digital Course December 2 – 4, 2020 NAEA Tax Preparation Digital Course January 12 – 14, 2021 NTPI Content at EA 2020 Digital Forums September, November, and the 2020 Representation Academy What is the National Tax Practice Institute®? The National Tax Practice Institute™ (NTPI®) is a three-level program developed to sharpen the…

NAEA Statement before House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee

…Kelly, and I jointly operate our private practice in Panama City, FL where we work with both individual and small business taxpayers in the preparation and electronic filing of their returns. I also represent taxpayers before the IRS for problem resolution. I believe you already have a copy of my biography in your notebook. Today, I am representing NAEA whose 10,000 members are tax professionals licensed by the U.S. Department of Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels of…

2021 NAEA Call for Speakers

Now Accepting Proposal Submissions! The proposal submissions for NTPI (All Levels), Grad Level in Representation, Tax Track/Prep Issues, Practice Management (Manage Your Tax Practice), and more will be accepted until Friday, January 22, 2021, at 11:59 PM ET. We will be reviewing proposals for each category with final selections by February 12th. Finalists will be notified by e-mail and speaker agreements will be sent out by February 15. Selected speakers for all areas of expertise participate in the following NAEA…

Publications & Research

EA Journal, a bimonthly magazine, focuses on tax law updates and tax issues, practice management best practices, a personal message from the President, advocacy and public awareness efforts, and association governance. As an added bonus, get convenient access to earn continuing education (CE) credits in each issue. CE credits may be earned up to 18 months after the publication of the issue. Learn More Whether you are a new practitioner or a seasoned professional, taxpayers will look to you to…

Statement before the IRS Oversight Board

…Members of NAEA ascribe to a Code of Ethics and Rules of Professional Conduct and adhere to annual continuing professional education standards that exceed IRS requirements. Like attorneys and Certified Public Accountants, we are governed by the regulations in Treasury Department Circular Number 230 in our practice before the IRS. We are the only tax professionals who are tested by the IRS on our knowledge of tax law and procedure. Each year, Enrolled Agents collectively work with millions of individual…

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NAEA Testifies Before House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Return Preparer Oversight

…and for continuing professional education for all non-legacy Circular 230 practitioners1. Clearly the agency has kept its eye on the prize–protecting taxpayers–by adopting a variety of taxpayer safeguards: Establishing an agency process for disciplining (and removing from practice) preparers who fall below competency and ethical standards; Providing a new regulatory framework that uses existing statutory authority for regulating individuals who practice (i.e., Circular 230); Subjecting all paid preparers to a uniform standard of ethics, Circular 230; Placing the Office of…

Internal Revenue Service Reform: Recommendations of the National Association of Enrolled Agents

…the agency so powerful, IRS and Congress must ensure the agency remains relentlessly focused on service grounded in fairness, accuracy and timeliness at all points of the tax administration process. Reform needs to encourage IRS to develop a strategic mission shared by its many stakeholders—employees, congressional overseers, and tax professionals alike. To help sustain this shared mission, Congress must consider governance, management, personnel, and budget. Only in this comprehensive approach do we believe the agency can be successful in its…

Who We Are

More about NAEA: NAEA’s board of directors leverages the association’s unique value proposition to benefit the public interest, members, and the profession. NAEA is the nation’s leading community for anyone—from students to experts with decades of experience—along the tax professional spectrum. NAEA consists of volunteer groups and staff working together to achieve the association’s objectives. NAEA advances professional tax practice through leadership, management, community, and ethics. NAEA: Leaders at the Core of a Better Tax System Providing essential tax and…