Category:Professional Tax Preparer

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The following users have self-identified themselves as Professional Tax Preparers. Neither the IRS nor anyof the states confer this designation on anyone, it is purely a self-awarded designation with no common industry or commercial acceptance of the term. As of 1/1/2011, however, all tax preparers (including Legacy Circular 230 practitioners like CPAs, EAs and attorneys) must register with the IRS to obtain a PTIN. Those who are NOT CPAs, EAs and attorneys must take an examination to become a Registered Tax Return Preparer by 12/31/2013. Those who fail to pass the test will no longer be able to prepare income tax returns.

If your tax preparer is NOT an EA, CPA, attorney, or RTRP as of 12/31/2013, then your preparer is NOT a tax professional according to the IRS rules. Seek out a competent tax professional, properly licensed and/or registered.

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