by Roger Russell
The complaint by enrolled agents that they’re not getting the respect they deserve is heard less these days, as two provisions in pending legislation promise to raise the standards for commercial tax return preparers who are not attorneys, CPAs or enrolled agents, and to allow use of the enrolled agent designation in all states.
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