Enrolled Agents have finally made the dictionary! As I blogged about a couple of weeks ago, the National Association of Enrolled Agents was encouraging people to write to Merriam-Webster’s to get “Enrolled Agent” included in the dictionary. The effort was successful, and quickly.

From the National Association of Enrolled Agents:

The power of membership! In a stunning example of what individual EAs can do to promote the designation, the requests to Merriam-Webster that enrolled agent be included in the dictionary have resulted in this response: “I am happy to tell you that we agree with you and that enrolled agent is on a list of entries to be included as part of our work on a new Merriam-Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary.”

Click here for the entire press release from the NAEA.

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