Rosch passes IRS exam

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Posted 2/8/12

Howard Rosch of Prime Accounting Service, Castle Rock, Colorado, has reached a personal and professional milestone in his career by studying and …

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Rosch passes IRS exam

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Howard Rosch of Prime Accounting Service, Castle Rock, Colorado, has reached a personal and professional milestone in his career by studying and passing the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS') intensive enrolled agent exam covering all aspects of federal taxation. The award of the enrolled agent (EA) designation recognizes demonstrated knowledge and assures clients that the agent is up-to-date on the latest tax law changes and can represent clients before the examination division of the IRS.

The right to represent taxpayers before the IRS is awarded only to selected groups of individuals, including attorneys, certified public accountants (CPAs), enrolled actuaries, and enrolled agents. To retain the status of an enrolled agent, individuals must complete a minimum of 16 continuing education credits (CPEs) per year, and a total of 72 CPEs in each three-year cycle. Enrolled agents are also governed under stringent rules set forth by the IRS.

If you need assistance with any taxation issue, you should seek the help of a tax professional. As a professional tax preparer and member of the National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP), Howard Rosch, Prime Accounting Service, Castle Rock, Colorado, (303) 884-0037, can assist you with a review of your tax history and answer questions on how taxation issues may impact your future.

Members of the National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP) work at offices that assist over 11 million taxpayers with tax preparation and planning. The average NATP member has been in the tax business for over 20 years and holds a tax/financial designation and/or a college degree. NATP has more than 20,000 members nationwide. Members include individual tax preparers, enrolled agents, certified public accountants, accountants, attorneys and financial planners. As a nonprofit professional association, NATP serves professionals working in all areas of tax practice through professional tax education, tax research and tax office supplies. The national headquarters, located in Appleton, WI, employs over 50 staff members. Learn more at www.natptax.com.

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