What is the Arizona Society of Enrolled Agents?
The Arizona Society of Enrolled Agents (AzSEA) is the professional association of Enrolled Agents throughout Arizona. The association is affiliated with the National Association of Enrolled Agents.
The mission of the Arizona Society of Enrolled Agents is to promote the recognition and role of Enrolled Agents, to enhance the technical development and professional conduct of Enrolled Agents in Arizona, to protect the right of Enrolled Agents to practice in Arizona, and to assist its members to protect and serve taxpayers.
AzSEA has regional chapters throughout the state so members can network and attend continuing education locally. There are five chapters:
- Central Arizona
- High Country (Flagstaff region)
- North Phoenix
- Northern Arizona (Prescott region)
- Phoenix West
- Southern Arizona
For meeting schedules and other information, visit the chapters directory.
To become an Enrolled Agent, a tax practitioner must pass a rigorous examination, demonstrating knowledge in the areas of individual, partnership, corporation, estate and trust taxation as well as administrative and tax court procedures. To register to take the exam, offered annually in September, submit Form 2587, Application for the Special Enrollment Examination.
Only members of the National Association of Enrolled Agents may be members of the Arizona Society of Enrolled Agents. A membership application form is online at NAEA, or you may contact the AzSEA membership chair firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.