In order to stay up-to-date on the latest changes in tax regulations, I attended the three-day National Tax Practice Institute® Level 2 in Las Vegas, July 31 – August 3, 2017, further developing and fortifying my skills representing taxpayers before the IRS.

The course, open only to licensed tax professionals, was developed to prepare licensed representatives to protect their clients’ rights by disseminating the most recent information about IRS laws and procedures critical to representation.

At its core, NTPI is a three-level program developed to hone the skills of enrolled practitioners at all stages of their careers. With each level of this program, students expand their knowledge and skills, and gain the additional expertise needed to successfully guide their clients through the often challenging maze of IRS codes, internal regulations, and agency structure.

Enrolled agents (EAs) are a diverse group of independent, federally-authorized tax practitioners who have demonstrated a high level of technical competence in tax law and are licensed to practice by the United States government. EAs advise and represent taxpayers before the IRS, including taxpayers who are being examined, are unable to pay or are trying to avoid or recover penalties. EAs also prepare tax returns for individuals, partnerships, corporations, estates, trusts and any other entities with tax-reporting requirements. Unlike tax attorneys and CPAs, who may or may not choose to specialize in taxation, all EAs specialize in taxation and are required by the federal government to maintain their professional skills with continuing professional education. They are the only federally-authorized tax practitioners with unlimited rights of representation before IRS. That’s why they’re known as “America’s Tax Experts!”

I am a member of the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA) and the Iowa Society of Enrolled Agents.

My firm handles IRS representation services which include but are not limited to: Preparation of Unfiled Income Tax Returns, Penalty Reduction, Offers in Compromise, Payment Plans, Financial Hardship Plans, Wage Garnishment/Bank Levy Releases, Audits, IRS Appeals, and Trust Fund Recovery Penalties.

If you or someone you know has an IRS Problem call to schedule a free confidential consultation. How will you pay your bills when the IRS takes your bank accounts and garnishes your wages? The IRS acts fast when they think you have their money. Call Now!

Jeremy J Price, E.A.