Publication 3112 provides the standard for imposing the sanction of suspension. The standard is so low, in other words nowhere near the civil "by a preponderance" or criminal "beyond a reasonable doubt" evidentiary standard, that you should become familiar. ... http://www.irs.gov/Tax-Professionals/e-File-Providers-&-Partners/Determine-Eligibility
The short answer to your questions is that you must meet the three criteria for eligibility, and then shw will be OK as a principal
THey are the following:
If you are clean, and sheunderstands that she is assuming all risk, you are find
sorry for the typo
If I were you I would read this:
Publication 3112: IRS e-file Application and Participation (.pdf)
Perfect, thank you.
I reviewed those forms a few times
If you fee that you as a preparer, as agent for her, (meaning she will held responsible for your actions). then you should be ok ... further this would be a good checklist to keep inmond
I was just making sure there was no additional information out there that I could be missing as the IRS came in auditing our files and when they found we did everything beyond what the IRS requires, they began going after my partner's EFIN. We are just trying to ensure we are ok
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