Pronto Tax Class Blog
Special Note for Self-Employed Tax Preparers
With Pronto Tax Class, you can become a professional tax preparer in 60 hours or less. There is a reason they call us Pronto, it is not an accident. But if you want to work as a self-employed tax preparer and it is close to tax season as you are reading this article, you might want to get your EFIN application in right now, before you even take our 60 hour tax course.
It can take the IRS up to 4-6 weeks to issue a new EFIN, so get on that EFIN ASAP if you want to be a self-employed tax preparer this tax season. Luckily we have a free resource to share with you on this topic so just keep reading.
For detailed information showing you how to get an EFIN, please feel free to check out our free tutorial ebook called How to Get an EFIN from the IRS--this is our free ebook that shows you step by step how to get an Electronic Filing Identification Number (EFIN) from the IRS.
Getting an EFIN can be a very confusing process so hopefully our free ebook will show you what you need to do.