Enrolled Agent Ethical Standards – Practices and Procedures

Enrolled Agent Ethical Standards: Practices and Procedures

Enrolled Agent Ethical Standards: Practices and Procedures examines enrolled agent conduct standards with respect to professional practice. It identifies the individuals who may practice before the IRS and defines the term “practice before the Internal Revenue Service.” In addition, it addresses enrolled agent duties and restrictions with respect to solicitation of business, the requirement to perform professional duties with due diligence, dealing with conflicts of interest, providing written advice, obtaining continuing education, obtaining and renewing a PTIN, and various other requirements.

Upon completion of this course, a student should be able to:

  • Recognize the permitted scope of enrolled agent responsibilities in their practice before the Internal Revenue Service;
  • Identify the best practices for preparing or assisting in the preparation of a submission to the Internal Revenue Service; and
  • List the duties and restrictions applicable to enrolled agents with respect to information furnished to the IRS, dealing with taxpayer omissions, errors and noncompliance with U.S. revenue laws, the requirement for preparer diligence, return of client records, the existence of conflicts of interest, and solicitation of business.

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