Choose T/E Tax & Accounting

by Terry Watson | November 17th, 2015
Mary-Ann Adams

Mary-Ann Adams

Why choose me, is a very good question Adams says. She feels that there are several reasons why people choose her as their tax professional.

First, Adams is an Enrolled Agent, like CPA’s and Attorneys, Adams has unlimited practice rights and can represent any taxpayer before any IRS office, including audits, payment/collection issues, and appeals, regardless whether or not she prepared the tax return in question. As an enrolled agent she specializes in taxation.

Individuals with this credential are licensed by the IRS and specifically trained in federal tax planning, preparation, and representation. Enrolled agents hold the most expensive license the IRS grants, they must pass a suitability check, as well as a three-part Special Enrollment Examination; a comprehensive exam that covers individual tax, business tax, and representation issues. They must complete 72 hours of continuing education courses every three years.

Secondly, Adams has over ten years of experience as a tax professional, over 20 in accounting, budgeting, financial analyst, and auditing. Adams also has two Bachelor of Science degrees in Business Administration and Accounting and a Master of Science in Accounting Information Systems.
Thirdly, not only does Adams have over ten years of experience as a tax professional, she is also is a tax school instructor with three years of experience teaching tax laws and regulations.

Adams feels that her caring nature and great customer service skills is the real reason why people have chosen her in the past. Adams said “My clients refer others to me because they know that I really do care about their tax situation and will do my best to fine them the biggest refund (legally) and will represent them to the best of my ability.” And with a 95 percent referral rating she must be doing something right!

As the IRS says “Anyone can be a tax preparer as long as they have an IRS Prepare Tax Identification Number (PTIN) and they sign and enter it on all returns they have prepared. However, tax return preparers have different levels of skills, educations, and expertise.”

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