WHAT MAKES OUR SITE UNIQUE?
CPAs and EAs listed on our sites have decided to "commit to their niche".
When a tax professional signs up to be listed on our directories, they can
only select one industry or profession that best reflects the focus of their
practice and their client base.
Like most other professions these days, it has become much too difficult for
CPAs and EAs to continually give you and their other clients top notch
service and advice unless they specialize in the tax, accounting and basic
financial planning issues affecting a certain segment of the market. How can you expect
your trusted professional to keep up with all the tax law changes and tax breaks that affect you
unless they work with many clients similar to you?
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What is a CPA?: Certified Public Accountants are licensed by the
individual states. Before getting certified, CPAs need to take
certain college courses, earn a bachelors and usually a masters degree,
pass a comprehensive exam, and generally must work for another CPA for a
while. Once certified, CPAs are required to complete a minimum
number of continuing education hours each year. The specific
requirements vary by state.
What is an EA?Enrolled Agents are licensed by the IRS. For this
designation, EAs must pass a comprehensive exam administered by the IRS,
and must complete a minimum of 16 hours of continuing education credit,
including 2 hours of ethics or professional conduct, annually.