PROFESSIONAL TAX PREPARER
There are no strict educational requirements to become a tax preparer, though one must typically hold a high school diploma. Some employers may provide on-the-job training. Others may prefer individuals with some postsecondary training. Community colleges and universities offer certificate courses that can qualify individuals for entry-level jobs. Tax preparers calculate, file and sign income tax returns on behalf of individuals and businesses. They can also represent taxpayers during IRS examinations of tax returns. Registration with the IRS and continuing education are also often required. Professional certification is also an option for experienced tax preparers. Whether you choose to learn as you work or complete a certificate first, you should be prepared to meet the IRS registration requirements. As you progress in your career, you can earn professional certification, which may help you access more advanced jobs and promotions.
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