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Register With the IRS

  • NEED HELP GETTING REGISTERED?

    If you haven’t already done so, you will need to officially register with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

    Preparer’s Tax Identification Number (PTIN) gives you the right to charge a fee to prepare taxes.

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  • PREPARER’S TAX IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (PTIN)

    Your PTIN is a unique identification code that all paid tax return preparers must use when submitting federal tax returns to the IRS because you’re filing on behalf of others. You acquire your PTIN from the IRS TaxPros page for an annual fee of…

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  • ANNUAL FILING SEASON PROGRAM (AFTR)

    PTIN holders who are attorneys, CPAs, and enrolled agents will continue to be the only tax professionals with unlimited representation rights to represent their clients & call on payment/collection issues appeals, etc. All other PTIN holders will…

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Preparer’s Tax Identification Number (PTIN)

 

Your PTIN is a unique identification code that all paid tax return preparers must use when submitting federal tax returns to the IRS because you’re filing on behalf of others. You acquire your PTIN from the IRS TaxPros page for an annual fee of $64.25. Your PTIN is captured on all your tax returns and is associated with any Continuing Education (CE) courses you take when they’re reported to the IRS for credit.

 

Our taxation training uses an online video-based training system. We combine tax instruction with hands-on practice problems. This system allows you to spend less time training you & your staff & more time marketing to grow your tax business.

Annual Filing Season Program (AFTR)

 

PTIN holders who are attorneys, CPAs, and enrolled agents will continue to be the only tax professionals with unlimited representation rights to represent their clients & call on payment/collection issues appeals, etc. All other PTIN holders will not even be able to call the IRS without their client on the phone directly, even with a power of attorney, after 12/31/2015. If you are a PTIN holder who has earned the voluntary designation entitled AFTR-Record of Completion. This is a designation you get from the IRS, then you will have limited representation rights, meaning you can call on behalf of your client and represent clients whose returns you’ve prepared. You will also be listed in the IRS Directory of Federal Tax Return Preparers.