RTRP

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RTRPRegistered Tax Return Preparer (US IRS)
RTRPResearch Triangle Regional Partnership (North Carolina)
RTRPReinforced Thermosetting Resin Pipe
RTRPRight Time, Right Place (Richard Brookhiser book)
RTRPRiverside Transmission Reliability Project (electrical system; Riverside, CA)
RTRPReal Time Role Play (gaming community)
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He is also a Licensed IRS Registered Tax Return Preparer and IRS Enrolled Agent.
He became an RTRP (Registered Tax Return Preparer) in 2012.
To retain the status of a registered tax return preparer, individuals must complete a minimum of 15 continuing education credits (CPEs) per year.
Preparers who pass the test will be given a new designation: Registered Tax Return Preparer. In order to maintain this designation, a tax return preparer must renew the PTIN each year and complete 15 hours of continuing education.
Accounting majors could also choose to obtain the new registered tax return preparer (RTRP) designation.
Although somewhat confusing, an individual that works under the authority of an attorney, CPA, enrolled agent, or registered preparer, who prepares all or substantially all of a return for signature by their supervisor, must still apply for a PTIN, but need not themselves become a registered tax return preparer, (91) instead, the supervisor's PTIN must be used on the returns and the supervisor must sign the return.
Nonsigning supervised preparers and non-1040 preparers must identify themselves when they apply for or renew their PTINs to be exempted from registered tax return preparer testing and continuing education requirements; CPAs, attorneys and enrolled agents are also exempt from the testing and continuing education requirements.
Three Steps to Becoming a Registered Tax Return Preparer
9501 introduced a new category of practitioner: registered tax return preparer.
The final regulations adopted the proposed new designation of "registered tax return preparer." They set forth procedures and requirements for renewing that designation, including the composition of continuing education.
The new rules create a new class of practitioner called a registered tax return preparer. They also revise the professional standards applicable to all practitioners with respect to the standards for tax return preparation under Circular 230, Section 10.34(a), to align these rules with the civil penalty standards under Sec.
As a member of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, Capital Review Group is qualified as a continuing education provider for the IRS Registered Tax Return Preparer Program, which provides continuing education to more than 400,000 registered tax return preparers.
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