But the National Association of Enrolled Agents is trying to change that. Here’s something from a recent “NAEA E@lert” from the National Association of Enrolled Agents:
NAEA President-Elect Frank Degen, EA has a special interest in getting Webster’s to print the term “enrolled agent” in its dictionary. Many messages from NAEA to Merriam-Webster requesting that “enrolled agent” be included in their definitions have gone unanswered. In a situation like this, we call in the “A Team” – our wonderful members! When you have a moment, help support NAEA’s quest to make the definition of enrolled agent easily available by writing to the company.Editorial Department Merriam-Webster, Inc. 47 Federal St Springfield, MA 01105
I hope this effort is successful. I doubt it will garner much “brand recognition” for EAs but it would be a positive development!
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