Make Tax Season Your Best Season
Start your Career as a Tax Professional
Enrolled agent status is the highest credential the IRS awards. Get the training you need to become an Enrolled Agent at Thomas Nelson.
Enrolled Agents (EAs) earn the privilege of representing taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service and can practice in any state.
The Special Enrollment Exam (SEE) is a three-part comprehensive IRS test covering individual and business tax returns.
This Enrolled Agent training will prepare you for the SEE exams. Textbook costs are not included in course fees.
Part I: Individuals
May 22 - July 24
Study individual taxation, including filing status, forms and documents, calculating basis, capital gains and losses, foreign reporting, personal exemptions, deductions, and requirements for electronic filing.
Part II: Business
August 7 - November 2
Part III: Representation, Practices, and Procedure for Special Enrollment
November 13 - December 11
Enrolled Agent professional and ethical requirements, records maintenance, electronic filing, rules and penalties. Review representation for building taxpayer cases including documentation, legal authority, reference, collections, penalty abatements, audits, exams and appeals.
I decided to become an Enrolled Agent because I love the puzzle that is taxation. With a Bachelor's Degree in Studio Art, I thought it would be very difficult to make the career switch. When I found information on becoming an Enrolled Agent, it opened up a whole new door for me... I've gained a wide scope of knowledge that I can now apply during tax season and beyond to help clients get the best results possible with not just their returns, but with any issues they may face outside of tax preparation. One of the other great benefits to this designation is that even though I am so young, the license will follow me to any state, wherever life takes me, because it is a Federal license.
Register for classes online using the Thomas Nelson Workforce Development registration system.