Considering the number of incompetent people who hang out a tax preparer shingle, I think someone ought to regulate them. And some states already do. Also, firms like H&R Block require preparers to take training and, I assume, pass some kind of test before they can work for them. CPA's and CMA's have continuing education requirements. Wouldn't it be nice if you could be sure your tax preparer had at least taken a course to update him on the latest tax law changes? I prepare my own returns so it's not an issue for me. But if I were paying someone to do it, I'd like to know that person was properly qualified to do the job.
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