Application for Renewal of Enrollment to
Practice Before the Internal Revenue Service as
OMB No. 1545-0946
(Rev. December 2014)
an Enrolled Retirement Plan Agent (ERPA)
Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Important things you need to know and do before you file this form:
• The Renewal Fee is $30.
• You must complete 72 hours of Continuing Professional Education (ERPA–CPE) over the three-year
enrollment cycle to remain active. This must include at least 2 hours of Ethics CPE each year.
For IRS use:
• Exception: If this is your first renewal, you have to complete 2 hours of CPE for each month you were
enrolled, including 2 hours of Ethics each year.
You can file this form and pay electronically at This fee is non-refundable and applies
regardless of your enrollment status.
If you have re-taken and passed the ERPA Special Enrollment Examination (ERPA-SEE) since your last
renewal, you are only required to take 16 hours of CPE, including 2 hours of Ethics, during the last year of
your current enrollment cycle.
Check here if you passed the ERPA Special Enrollment Examination (ERPA-SEE) since your last renewal.
Part 1. Enrollment Status
I want approval for Active Enrolled Retirement Plan Agent status.
Are you currently under suspension or disbarment?
I want approval to remain or be placed into Inactive Retirement status.
Note: Inactive Retirement status is not available to individuals who are under suspension or disbarment.
If you want approval for Active Enrolled Retirement Plan Agent status, enter the number of CPE and Ethics hours you earned in each
year of the current enrollment cycle.
Part 2. Identifying Information
Last four digits of your Social Security Number
If you do not have an SSN, please check this box.
Your Enrollment Number
Your Full Legal Name
Your Current Address
Check if this is a new address
Suite or Apt. Number
Your email Address:
Your Contact Number:
For Privacy Act and Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see page 3.
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