IRS Representation

When searching for a tax preparer, one question you should always ask is “Would my tax guy help me if I ever had a problem with the Internal Revenue Service?”

Our answer is ABSOLUTELY!

Dealing with a tax audit, back taxes or an IRS levy can be stressful to say the least.  The worry and anxiety can affect your relationships, your job and your health.

Our mission is to deal with the IRS on your behalf to come to a positive resolution to your tax problems.

We have affordable rates and will work hard to resolve your tax issue quickly.

Don’t try to fight the Internal Revenue Service on your own. Let us help you get your peace
of mind back.

Call 706-376-4570 to schedule an appointment.

What is an Enrolled Agent?

The National Association of Enrolled Agents offers the following information regarding Enrolled Agents:

Enrolled agents (EAs) are America’s tax experts. EAs are the only federally-licensed tax practitioners who specialize in taxation and also have unlimited rights to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service.

They are tax specialists enrolled with the Federal Department of Treasury to be agents for taxpayers. There are three professionals who can represent taxpayers before all levels of the IRS. CPAs, attorneys and enrolled agents. CPAs and attorneys are licensed by the state. Enrolled agents are licensed by the Federal Department of Treasury. Only part of the CPA and attorney exams cover tax law. The entire exam for enrolled agents is on tax law, and the continuing education for enrolled agents is required to be on tax law.​

What are the differences between enrolled agents and other tax preparers?

An enrolled agent is a person who has earned the privilege of representing taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service by either passing a stringent and comprehensive examination covering individual and business tax returns and representation of clients before the IRS or through experience as a former IRS employee.

Enrolled agent status is the highest credential the IRS awards.

Individuals who obtain this elite status must adhere to ethical standards and enrolled agents, like attorneys and certified public accountants (CPAs), have unlimited practice rights. This means they are unrestricted as to which taxpayers they can represent, what types of tax matters they can handle, and which IRS offices they can represent clients before. But unlike attorneys and CPAs, who may or may not choose to specialize in taxes, all enrolled agents specialize in taxation. CPAs and attorneys are licensed by the states, but enrolled agents are federally licensed. That means they are not limited to practicing in states from which they have received a license; they can practice anywhere in the United States.