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Welcome to OSSEA

The Ohio State Society of Enrolled Agents (OSSEA) is the professional society representing Enrolled Agents (EAs) in Ohio, and is an affiliate of the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA).  Its members are licensed by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), including examination, collection and appeals functions.

This website is the information and resource center for OSSEA members associates. We encourage all tax practitioners to consider the benefits of joining and applying for membership. For other visitors, we invite you to find an EA to assist you with your tax preparation and representation needs.

OSSEA 2017 Conference & Convention – Early Bird Registration by August 30th!

The 2017 OSSEA Conference & Convention will take place from September 24-26, 2017 at Deer Creek State Lodge and Conference Center in Mt. Sterling, OH. The OSSEA room rate of $109 is available before August 30, 2017. Call 1-740-869-2020 or visit www.deercreekstateparklodge.com to make your reservation. This year’s event will include several nationally known speakers, discussing a variety of tax topics. Review the OSSEA 2017 Convention Agenda, then register today!

To see photos from the 2016 Conference & Convention, click here.

EA’s Testified Before the Ohio House Ways and Means Committee

On March 22, 2017, Kay Hill, EA and Angela Radic, EA testified before the Ohio House Ways and Means Committee in favor of Governor Kasich’s proposal to centralize the collection of municipal business net profit tax returns. Ohio has over 600 municipal tax districts, and the current filing process for business operating in multiple districts is cumbersome and paper intensive.

Hill and Radic did temper their endorsement with the caveat that the Ohio Business Gateway (OBG), the platform that would be used for the centralized filing system, must be bolstered to support the additional traffic that the system would bear. OBG is currently prone to shut-downs and lock-outs, which can make its use frustrating for individuals and tax professionals.

Members of the committee posed questions regarding whether the existing e-file system could be expanded to accomplish the same goal, and the additional tax preparation fees that business owners bear under the current system.

NAEA Membership

Find out all that membership in NAEA has to offer tax professionals. From top-notch education to invaluable networking opportunities, there are so many reasons to join! Join NAEA

Existing members can learn everything available in NAEA’s Tools for Members by watching this tutorial.

NAEA Announces NAEA Instructor led SEE Prep Course!

The National Association of Enrolled Agents has partnered with Gleim Publications, Inc. to offer an NAEA Instructor led SEE Prep Course.
For more information please click here.

Scholarships are available.  For more information please click here.
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