Welcome to our newly optimized Website. We are an Enrolled Agent Firm Federally Licensed to Represent You Before the IRS. Our goal in creating this Website was to provide an easy way for our clients and potential clients to learn more about Lisa M. Stiffler, Inc.

welcome-pic01We provide personalized accounting and tax services for individuals as well as businesses. We are a small firm which allows us to give you personal attention. We have over 20 years experience. We are located in Melbourne, FL.

Lisa M. Stiffler, Inc. is an Enrolled Agent tax service business. The following is a brief description of an Enrolled Agent. The Enrolled Agent Program dates back to 1884. An Enrolled Agent is a federally authorized tax practitioner who is empowered by the United States Department of Treasury. An EA has the right to represent tax payers before all levels of the IRS including tax return preparation, audits, collections or appeals. The only individuals allowed to represent a tax payer before the IRS are EA’s, CPA’s or Attorneys.

Enrolled Agents are the only tax practitioner who are required to prove to the IRS their ability in tax matters before they can represent a taxpayer. EA’s are required to obtain 72 hours of continuing education every renewal cycle to maintain their licensing. This education keeps us current with the always changing tax laws. Currently there are approximately 46,000 EA’s in the United States. We are bound by the ethical standards set by the U. S. Treasury Department.

We hope you find this information useful in choosing your tax preparer. Let us use our expertise to assist you with all your tax or business needs. Please feel free to contact us.

If you like to file your own taxes use the link below to file online. It’s fast and easy for those who rather do it themselves. Feel free to give it a try.

We have provided several links that will lead you to more detailed information about our firm, including a firm profile and a list of the many client services we offer.

Enjoy your time exploring our site and please check back often as we continue to add new information and features. If we can answer any questions or be of service in any way, do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you.

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