Britz Financial Group
"EAs are to taxes what CPAs are to accounting"
Pamela is an Enrolled Agent.
What's that, you say? The profession dates back to 1884. Due to numerous questionable claims for Civil War losses, Congress acted to regulate who was permitted to represent citizens in their dealings with the Treasury Department. "Enrolled" means licensed by the Federal Government; "agent" means authorized to appear in place of the taxpayer before the IRS. Enrolled Agents advocate for taxpayers, not for the IRS.
The Internal Revenue Service recognizes only Enrolled Agents, CPAs, and attorneys as having demonstrated the tax knowledge to represent taxpayers before all levels of the IRS. Enrolled Agents specialize in tax law and return preparation; whereas, CPAs may specialize in other areas such as accounting audits or business valuations. Like CPAs and attorneys, EAs are required to take continuing education classes each year.
- Is a native Texan who has been a resident of Sugar Land for over 25 years and a resident of wonderful Greatwood for over 8 years.
- Attended the University of Arizona & Regis University (Colorado)
- Is a member of Texas Society of Enrolled Agents
- Is a member of the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA)
- Is a member of the National Association of Tax Practitioners (NATP)
- Taught sections of the Enrolled Agents Exam preparatory class for several years at Rice University's Continuing Education Department
- Is a founding member of Keep Sugar Land Beautiful (KSLB)
- Is an advocate for children through affiliation with Child Advocates of Fort Bend County (CAFB).
- Loves to ballroom dance - Rumba and Cha-Cha especially.