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Ch 18: Practices & Procedures of IRS Enrolled Agents

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Enhance your understanding of practices and procedures of IRS enrolled agents using this chapter's fun lessons, mini quizzes and practice exam. These study resources are available 24/7 and offer the knowledge boost you need to excel on a future test.

Practices & Procedures of IRS Enrolled Agents - Chapter Summary

If you need a resource that can ensure you understand the practices and procedures of IRS enrolled agents, this chapter can help! Explore entertaining lessons from home or on-the-go to study the restrictions, professional conduct requirements and supervisory roles of IRS enrolled agents. By the end of this chapter, you should be ready to:

  • Describe the practice privileges and role of IRS enrolled agents
  • Explain how agents are required to report to the IRS
  • Discuss the requirements agents must follow when working with clients
  • List duties and restrictions of IRS enrolled agents
  • Detail IRS enrolled agents' professional conduct requirements
  • Share details about the status and supervisory role of IRS enrolled agents
  • Explain penalties and sanctionable acts agents could face
  • Provide information about procedures and rules agents must follow

Don't let a busy schedule get in the way of your study of these IRS enrolled agent practices and procedures. Around-the-clock access to our resources can ensure you're able to study whenever your schedule allows. Feel free to explore any number of lessons in any order and as often as needed. When ready, find out how much you understand about this chapter by taking our multiple-choice quizzes and practice exam.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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