Idaho Tax Power of Attorney Form

The Idaho tax power of attorney form is a document that is legal and binding, that allows a taxpayer to grant powers for another person or business entity to prepare and/or represent the Principal with before the Tax Commission. The document will remain effective until it reaches the date provided or until the Principal revokes the document.

How to Write

Step 1 – Taxpayer Information – All fields must be completed:

  • Taxpayer/Grantor’s last name or Company’s name
  • Taxpayer/Grantor’s first name/middle initial
  • Taxpayer/Grantor’s Social Security Number or Emplyee Identification Number
  • AND
  • Spouse’s last name
  • Spouse’s first name/middle initial
  • Spouse’s Social Security Number
  • Address
  • Daytime telephone number
  • City, State, Zip
  • Email address

Step 2 – Representatives/Agents – (If more than one Agent, list the others on a separate sheet)

  • Name
  • Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN), Employee Identification Number (EIN) or Social Security Number (SSN)
  • Firm or company’s legal name
  • Telephone number
  • Address
  • Fax number
  • City, State, Zip
  • Email

Step 3 – Tax Matters Approved for Representation – Complete all of the fields as follows:

  • Tax or Fee Types -Check the applicable boxes
  • Enter the Tax/Fee Number
  • Enter the Periods/Years – Include beginning and Ending Dates
  • Check the box if the Principal would like to receive notices and communications

Step 4 – Actions Required – (Authority will not include receiving the Principal’s Refund Check)

  • Enter any other authorized actions in the lines provided on the form

Step 5 – Revocation/Expiration –

  • Check the box if you do not wish to revoke any other POA’s you may have in place
  • Enter the expiration date of this document

Step 6 – Signature of Taxpayer(s) – All parties listed in the first section must provide signature as follows:

  • Taxpayer’s full name(s)
  • Title (if any)
  • Date of respective signature(s)

Step 7 – General Information – The Principal’s must take the time to review the following Titles Sections as follows:

  • Purpose of Form
  • Submitting POA
  • Revoking or Withdrawal
  • Expiration
  • Who Must Sign
  • Filing This Form
  • Taxpayer Services