I'm sure that you're aware that the IRS Tax Forum is coming to town July 28-30th. If not, you can learn more at the irstaxforum page. CoSEA and the NAEA will have a booth at the event as well host a networking reception at the convention center Hyatt Regency.
More details and opportunities to volunteer at the booth will be discussed here in further details soon. In the mean time, if you would like help, contact John Dundon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The regular July CoSEA meeting, normally to have been scheduled on July 28th, has been canceled in deference to the IRS event.
If you receive an email requesting you to update your IRS E-Services account information. Do not respond. It is a scam attempting to gain access to your account. Read on.
Karen L. Hawkins, Director, Office of Professional Responsibility, has asked us to get this information out to our members ASAP!
"An email is being issued to tax preparers asking them to log into their e-services account and update their EFIN information. This email was not generated by e-services and the links provided in the email appear to be a phishing scam to capture their e-services username and password. If you receive any calls regarding this email, advise the caller not to click on the links provided, and disregard the email."
Thanks to all those who attended the CoSEA January 2015 No-Frills Seminar. We were glad to have you with us. Here's a couple of photos from the day; John Sheeley making a point and some of the attendees taking it in.
The Colorado Department of Revenue renewed and updated their email news services. If you would like to receive email news alerts from the Colorado Department of Revenue, you can subscribe to various topics of interest to you at the Colorado Department of Revenue Email Subscription Service.
Keep abreast of Dan Halleman's role as a member of the IRS Taxpayer Advocacy Panel, an advisory committee with a goal of assisting the IRS improve customer service through the coordination of processes for collecting taxpayer input and collating this input into recommendations for IRS actions, here on the CoSEA site. You can learn more about the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel and Dan's activities in his comments here and by visiting the TAP website.
Follow this link and, after logging in with your member id and password, you'll find a page with CoSEA Member logos.
NAEA Phone Numbers:
202-822-6232 or Toll Free: 855-880-6232
The Colorado Society of Enrolled Agents is a professional membership organization dedicated to representing, promoting and enhancing the Enrolled Agent profession. Enrolled Agents are equipped to handle the most complex tax returns for individuals, partnerships, corporations and LLCs, and are nationally enrolled to represent tax payers before all administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service.
Enrolled Agents provide much more than just tax preparation. We work with taxpayers to solve your audit and tax problems. Many provide tax planning, well before the tax return is to be filed. Some provide guidance for new business startups and business consulting. Some Enrolled Agents offer bookkeeping, account, payroll services, estate planning, financial planning or investment services.
Foremost, Enrolled Agents are tax specialists. Whether for individual or business income taxes, payroll taxes, sales taxes, personal property or estate taxes, look to an Enrolled Agent to find a tax expert and the help you need!