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Court of Appeals Denies IRS

While the legal volleying continues in Loving, et. al. v. Internal Revenue Service, yet another disappointing blow befell the IRS today. The Court of Appeals issued an order denying the IRS's February 25 motion for stay pending appeal asserting that the IRS did not satisfied the stringent requirements for this kind of stay. The Court's [...]

By | 2013-03-25T00:41:12+00:00 March 25th, 2013|News, Taxes|0 Comments

TxSEA Thanks Educational Partners

The Texas Society of Enrolled Agents is very thankful to all of our participating education partners. Our members can now receive discounts on Testing, Online Courses, Education items and much more. The partnerships include Gleim, AplusCPE, Fast Forward Academy and others. Be sure to CLICK ON THE LINKS on our Educational Partners page to receive [...]

By | 2016-11-21T23:44:16+00:00 July 12th, 2012|Education, News|0 Comments

Congrats to TxSEA Board of Directors

On behalf of Enrolled Agents in Texas, we want to congratulate the 2012-2013 board of directors of the Texas Society of Enrolled Agents. Keith A. Schmitz, EA - President Joy Hudman, EA - 1st Vice President Anna M Dunson, EA - 2nd Vice President Cheryl Noland, EA - Secretary Susan Graham, EA - Director Charles Oliver, [...]

By | 2012-07-01T00:01:43+00:00 July 1st, 2012|Events, News|0 Comments

Enrolled Agent in Merriam-Webster

From NAEA The power of membership! In a stunning example of what individual EAs can do to promote the designation, the requests to Merriam-Webster that enrolled agent be included in the dictionary have resulted in this response: “I am happy to tell you that we agree with you and that enrolled agent is on a [...]

By | 2016-11-21T23:44:16+00:00 May 18th, 2012|NAEA, News|0 Comments

Extensions & Mandatory Electronic Funds Transfer

If an entity cannot file its annual report by the original due date, it may request an extension of time to file the report. If granted, the extension for a non-EFT payor will be through Nov. 15, 2012. EFT payors, see below. The extension payment must be at least 90 percent of the tax that will be due with [...]

By | 2016-11-21T23:44:16+00:00 May 12th, 2012|Taxes|0 Comments