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Tax Professionals Take Taxpayer Concerns to Congress
Written by Kelly Phillips Erb

Nearly 100 Enrolled Agents from almost 40 states met with lawmakers on Capitol Hill this week to discuss important issues affecting taxpayers as part of the ninth annual Fly-in Day organized by the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA). NAEA is a non-profit membership organization for Enrolled Agents. Enrolled Agents, or EAs, hold a federal license from the Department of Treasury and may represent taxpayers before the IRS in addition to tax planning and preparation. 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 (IRS). Read More

What Does NAEA Advocacy Looks Like
Written by Jerry Gaddis, EA

Advocacy has long been one of the stated goals of the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA) and it is one of the things they do best. However, many people are not sure exactly what advocacy looks like. One part of the NAEA advocacy strategy is an annual fly-in day where Enrolled Agents from across the country converge on Capitol Hill to meet with their elected representatives about issues important to taxpayers. Last month I was fortunate to attend this event, and here’s a summary of what I experienced. Read More

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