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IRS “Disappearing” Tax Preparer Rights

Getting ahold of the IRS has become EXTREMELY difficult these days, even for tax professionals, would you agree?

And it’s not even tax season!

If even tax professionals like us are frustrated, imagine how “normal people” feel when trying to get in contact with IRS and can’t get through to anyone at IRS.

This is becoming a major pain point for clients!

Which means it’s an OPPORTUNITY for you as a tax professional to both serve your own clients at the highest level and acquire new clients who need help.

I’m writing today to remind you, that the deadline for getting your Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) credential is December 31.

While AFSP may seem like “no big deal,” we believe that this credential is actually VERY important for professional tax preparers, in today’s New Era of Tax.

WHY?

Well, because if you are not a CPA, EA, or AFSP credential holder, you have (generally speaking) no ability to contact the IRS on behalf of your clients, if and when your clients need help dealing with IRS.

With IRS being so hard to get ahold of (and it’s not even tax season), your clients 100% NEED their professional to be able to speak with IRS if and when needed. 

In fact, that “you have my back” aspect is a big part of what clients are willing to pay for, in using a tax professional, if you ask me.

So…can we help you get your AFSP credential in place for 2022, and protect your rights to deal with IRS if and when your clients need that from you?

We have 2 simple options for you to get that AFSP done and handled:

  1. Option #1: If you’re in any state other than California, click here to view our Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) bundle of courses.
  2. Option #2: If you’re a CTEC tax pro (in California), click here to view our 20 Hour CTEC course covers both CTEC and IRS AFSP Requirements (no need for 2 courses, our 1 course covers you for both agencies).

Both courses provide exact, step-by-step directions of EXACTLY what you need to do to secure your AFSP credential for 2022.

Here again are the two options we offer to help you beat the December 31 IRS AFSP deadline, simply choose the one that best fits your situation:

  1. Option #1: If you’re in any state other than California, click here to view our Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) bundle of courses.
  2. Option #2: If you’re a CTEC tax pro (in California), click here to view our 20 Hour CTEC course covers both CTEC and IRS AFSP Requirements (no need for 2 courses, our 1 course covers you for both agencies).

Good luck!

IRS “Disappearing” Tax Preparer Rights