It is time for the Oklahoma Society of Enrolled Agents to elect a new officer and directors commencing January 1, 2021. Nominations are now being accepted online through Wednesday, November 4, 2020, for the positions of Vice-President as well as 3 Directors at Large. At the end of the 2-year term, the Vice-President automatically becomes the President of the Society. Any OSEA member may nominate and any member of OSEA may be nominated. You may nominate yourself or another individual. You may nominate more than one individual for any position, and you may nominate candidates for any or all of the open positions. The nominees will be announced after nominations close on November 4, and voting will take place online from Tuesday, November 10, through Monday, November 16. Election results will be announced at the annual meeting on Wednesday, November 18, 2020. To make a nomination, email Pamela Taylor here. All nominations will be kept confidential by the Board, but you may freely discuss any nominations you make if you wish.
We want to tell our members that the IRS has named a new stakeholder liaison for the state of Oklahoma. Her name is Mercean Lam, and she invites us to contact her when we need her and to share information with her about our events and social media posts.
Senior Stakeholder Liaison
Communications & Liaison Division
Internal Revenue Service
55 North Robinson Avenue, MS 4700
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Phone: (405) 982-6805
Fax: (866) 611-4766.
The Enrolled Agent credential is the only credential issued by the IRS that allows unlimited representation rights. To become an Enrolled Agent, a Candidate must pass a rigorous battery of tests.
You can prepare for the testing by attending the Special Enrollment Exam preparation courses offered by North Eastern State University in Broken Arrow Oklahoma.