An enrolled agent is a person who has earned the privilege of practicing, that is, representing taxpayers, before the Internal Revenue Service. Enrolled agents, like attorneys and certified public accountants (CPAs), are unrestricted as to which taxpayers they can represent, what types of tax matters they can handle, and which IRS offices they can practice before.
An Enrolled Agent (EA) is a federally-authorized tax practitioner who has technical expertise in the field of taxation and who is empowered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service for audits, collections, and appeals.
July, 2003- Steven P Bigos Passes Two Day Enrolled Agent Examination
Steven P. Bigos has demonstrated special competence in tax matters by taking a 2 day, 4 part written examination given by the U.S. Treasury Department and passed a background check to ensure that he has not engaged in any conduct that would justify the suspension or disbarment of enrolled agent from practice before the IRS. The topics include:
Part 1- Individual Income Taxes
Part 2- Sole Proprietorships, and Partnerships.
Part 3- Corporations (including S Corporations), Fiduciaries, Estate and Gift Tax and Trusts
Part 4- Ethics, Record keeping procedures, appeal procedures, exempt organizations, retirement plans, practioner penalty provisions, research materials and collections procedures.
Thank you for downloading your Income Tax Prep Documents, as a way of saying Thank you for trusting Cygnet Tax to prepare your 2017 Income Tax Returns, we are offering for 2018, a selection of Brochures that you can download and print that may affect you in 2018.
Cygnet Tax also offers Tax Advice Appointments on a Variety of Subjects throughout the year that may affect you. Call to schedule your Appointment.
Alternative Minimum Tax
Cancellation of Debt
Capital Gains & Losses
Charitable Cash Donations Tracker
Charitable Contributions Guide
College-Financial Aid Planning
Day Care Providers Income & Expenses
Death of a Taxpayer
Dependent Support Worksheet
Divorce & Taxes
Early Retirement Distributions
Education Tax Benefits
Families with Children
High Income Taxpayers
IRA's-Kinds of IRA's and Prohibited Transactions
Individual Retirement Accounts-Roth IRA's
Individual Retirement Accounts-Traditional IRA's
Misc. Itemized Deductions
Newlyweds Tax Tips
Pension Income Planning
Same Sex Married Couples
Social Security and and Medicare
Standard vs. Itemized Deduction
Taxable Social Security Benefits
Business Entity-Comparison Chart
Business Entity-Pros and Cons
Business Financing-Don't Intermingle Funds
Business Owners- Taking Money Out of a Business
Business Use of Home
Corporate Meeting Requirements
Employee or Independent Contractor-1099Misc
Hobby vs. Business
Limited Liability Companies
Marketing your Business
Mileage & Expenses
Rental Income & Expense Worksheet
Rental Income & Expenses
Repairs vs. Improvements
Starting a Business
Casualty Theft & Losses
Estate Planning, Wills, Probate, Transfer of Assets
Financial Planning Guide
Foreign Bank & Financial Accounts
Identity Theft and Your Taxes
Record keeping for Tax Purposes
Saving for College
Saving for Retirement
Tax Scams- Protect yourself
Taxpayers who receive and IRS Notice
What should you do if you can't pay your Taxes?
W-4- Filling out the withholding certificate
The ones with links are available at NO Charge as a Thank You for dowloading your Tax Prep Documents. The other Brochures are available for Premium Tax Service Clients at No Charge or to be used in a Tax Advice Appointment.