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IRS Enrolled Agent Course in Flushing Queens $1,250.00


Enrolled Agents are tax professionals licensed or enrolled to practice before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Only Enrolled Agents, attorneys, and CPAs may represent taxpayers before the IRS. The Enrolled Agent profession dates back to 1884, when Congress acted to regulate persons who represented citizens in their dealings with the U.S. Treasury Department.

As an Enrolled Agent you may practice independently, be employed by the IRS or as an in-house tax accountant.

What is an enrolled agent?

An enrolled agent (EA) is a government-approved tax practitioner having proficiency in the field of tax collection. He or She is approved by the US Branch of Treasury to speak to citizens before each authoritative level such as examination, collection and appeal of the Internal Revenue Service.

Apart from taxpayer representation, enrolled agents regularly provide tax consultation services and set up a variety of government and state tax returns. Only enrolled agents, lawyers, and CPAs may speak to citizens before the IRS.

The enrolled agent as a profession is in practice since 1884 when the Congress acted to regulate people who spoke to citizens in their dealings with the US Treasury Department. As an enrolled agent, you may practice freely, be hired by the IRS, or work as an in-house tax accountant.

ACS offers enrolled agent study course at its Flushing location in Queens to help students get in-depth knowledge about various related subjects.

What Will I Learn In An Enrolled Agent Study Course?

  • Figure out how to answer exam queries in our final review sessions
  • Practice doing tax returns: 1040, Schedule C, 1065, 1120, 1120S
  • Learn how to deal with your own Tax Practice
  • Learn International Tax Issues
  • Learn how to do Tax research
  • Learn more Tax Law in 6 months than you would in 4 years at school

The Benefits of Becoming An Enrolled Agent

No matter you are a tax preparer or thinking about a profession in tax preparation, an Enrolled Agent can turn out to be a handy profession for you.

Becoming an EA has numerous advantages and is something all tax preparers hope for. The demand for this profile has increased tremendously in the recent years, which has exponentially increased the demand of the IRS enrolled agent course. Here are various reasons to pursue the enrolled agent study course:

  • Representation Rights
  • Plan More Complicated Returns
  • IRS Examinations Are Up
  • Increment Your Credibility
  • Be In Good Standing with IRS

Why choose ACS.edu?

  • Highly-qualified instructors
  • Outlined educational modules
  • Intuitive learning strategies
  • Flexible class schedules
  • Convenient location in Flushing, Queens
  • Ultramodern infrastructure

We pride on having a team of qualified instructors with industry experience to ensure you get proficient training that can help you polish your professional skills to boost your resume. In addition, our programs are available in flexible schedules to ensure you get the option to select a time that best suits your preferences.

Course Hour : 70

Course Prerequisite : High School Diploma or equivalent, 2 years’experience preparing tax returns. This enrolled agent course does not include anything else but the course itself (so exam, registration, book fees are not included)

Part I – Individual Courses
  • Gross Income
  • Business Deductions
  • Above-the-Line Deductions and Losses
  • Itemized Deductions
  • Filing Requirements
  • Tax Credits
  • Basis
  • Adjustments to Asset Basis and Capital Gains and Losses
  • Business Property, Related Parties and Installment Sales
  • Nonrecognition Property Transactions
  • Individual Retirement Accounts
  • Estate Tax
  • Gift Tax
Part II – Businesses
  • Accounting Methods and Periods
  • Income and Property Transactions
  • Business Expenses
  • Other Deductions
  • Basis
  • Deprecation
  • Credits, Losses and Additional Taxes
  • Contributions to a Partnership
  • Partnership Operations
  • Disposition of a Partner’s Interest
  • Corporations
  • Corporate Formation
  • Corporate Income and Losses
  • Corporate Deductions
  • Distributions
  • Corporate Liquidations and Redemption
  • S Corporations
  • Decedent, Estate and Trust Income Tax Returns
  • Retirement Plans for Small Businesses
  • Exempt Organizations
Part III – Representation, Practice and Procedures
  • Practice Before the IRS
  • Tax Preparers and Penalties
  • Representation
  • The Collection Process
  • Examination of Returns and the Appeals Process
  • Tax Authority
  • Record Keeping and Electronic Filing
  • Why isn’t there a start and end date listed?
We don’t show it because we start courses based on the amount of demands for each course. If there’s a course you are interested in applying, please give us a call and tell us an estimate of a start date you’ll like (does not necessarily mean we will start it on that day).
  • Could classes be canceled?
We have a minimum requirement of 5 students for each course. If a class happens to not have reached that minimum amount, it could be canceled before it begins or during.
  • What happens if it got canceled?
We will refund back your money based on the time you have spent with us. If it gets canceled before it starts we will refund back 100% of your money.