In addition, Monika serves as the IRS Executive Champion for Inter-agency Collaboration and for the Enrolled Retirement Plan Agent (ERPA) Program.
What does ERPA stand for?
ERPA stands for Enrolled Retirement Plan Agent
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of ERPA
We have 18 other meanings of ERPA in our Acronym Attic
- Effective Refractory Period to the Action Potential Duration at 90% Repolarization Level (ratio)
- Expected Relative Positioning Routing with Congestion Avoidance (mobile ad hoc network routing protocol)
- Economic Regeneration Priority Area (UK)
- Economic Revitalization Program Area (Toronto, Canada)
- Emergency Response Planning Area
- Emission Reduction Purchase Agreement
- Employer Reimbursement Payment Agreement
- End Racial Profiling Act of 2004
- Energy Resources Program Account
- Engineered Rock Placement Area (geology)
- Environmental Resource Planning and Assessment (unit)
- Environmentally Responsible Product Assessment
- Eragrostis Pallens (grass)
- Error Recovery Procedure Action
- Error-Rate Performance Analysis
- Estimated Relative Producing Ability
- Europa Publications Ltd.
- Europa Roleplayers Association (gaming community)
- European Research Papers Archive
- European Rolling Paper Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
by an attorney, certified public accountant, enrolled agent, enrolled retirement plan agent, or enrolled actuary" to obtain a PTIN (Prop.
The individual is supervised by an attorney CPA, enrolled agent, enrolled retirement plan agent or enrolled actuary authorized to practice before the IRS under Circular 230 Sec.
Presently, attorneys, CPAs, enrolled agents, enrolled actuaries, and enrolled retirement plan agents would be exempted from the additional competency testing and education-related requirements.
Event Synopsis: IRS Circular 230 now affects a wide variety of professionals including: attorneys, certified public accountants, enrolled agents, enrolled retirement plan agents, registered tax return preparers, and other persons representing taxpayers.
5, prescribes the applicable procedures for becoming a registered tax return preparer, which are generally consistent with the procedures currently used for enrolled agents and enrolled retirement plan agents.
The final regulations do not provide any additional exemption for nonsigning preparers beyond that already provided in Notice 2011-6, which allows individuals to obtain a PTIN and prepare returns under the supervision of an attorney, CPA, enrolled agent, enrolled retirement plan agent, or enrolled actuary.
Under the notice, an individual who prepares all or substantially all of a tax return will be exempt from the examination and continuing education requirements if: * The individual is supervised by a CPA, attorney, enrolled agent, enrolled retirement plan agent, or enrolled actuary authorized to practice before the IRS under Circular 230; * The supervising professional signs the tax returns or claims for refund prepared by that individual; * The individual is employed by the CPA firm, law firm, or "other recognized firm" of the tax return preparer who signs the tax return or claim for refund; and * The individual passes the requisite tax compliance check and suitability check (when available).