Morris Armstrong is an enrolled agent and a Fellow of the National Tax Practice Institute. An enrolled agent is a person who has been granted a federal license which allows him unlimited practice rights before the Internal Revenue Service. In simple terms he can assist taxpayers with any tax issue before the IRS.
As a Fellow of the National Tax Practice Institute, he has demonstrated knowledge and competence in the field of representation. Fewer than eight percent of enrolled agents have earned their Fellowship. He continues to hone his tax skills through programs and continuing education. In any given year it is likely that he has spent more than 100 hours studying. You are hiring his knowledge!
Morris started doing taxes professionally in 2000 and earned the enrolled agent license in 2007. His focus is on the individual and small business, both in tax preparation and tax representation. He does not offer any bookkeeping services.
Morris is often quoted in professional and consumer publications on matters of tax and personal financial planning. He gives back to the community by teaching students about taxes and finance and was recognized by Pathful Connect, formerly known as NEPRIS, as an outstanding volunteer
- National Association of Enrolled Agents. He has served on both their Public Relations and Government Relations committees
- Connecticut Society of Enrolled Agent- former member of the Board and Vice President and Treasurer
- National Association of Tax Professionals
- American Society of Tax Problem Solvers