Changes to Enrolled Agent Program

IRS announces upcoming changes to its Retirement Plan Enrolled Agent Program.

Document Excerpt

Effective February 12, 2016, the Internal Revenue Service will no longer be offering the ERPA Special Enrollment Examination (ERPA SEE) to become an ERPA. Any current ERPAs will continue to hold the ERPA designation, allowing them to practice before the IRS. Anyone who has passed both parts of the SEE can still become an ERPA if they file the Form 23-EP, Application for Enrollment to Practice before the Internal Revenue Service as an Enrolled Retirement Plan Agent (ERPA). The application for enrollment must be filed within one year of passing both


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