Tax (State) Power of Attorney Forms | PDF Templates

Tax power of attorney authorizes an individual to act on your behalf to process and file State taxes on your behalf. This form will typically be asked for you to sign by your accountant or attorney prior to filing taxes on your behalf in your applicable jurisdiction. Depending on the State, it may be required to have notarized (most CPA’s in these States are public notaries anyway so no need to worry). The power of attorney document will be asked to be attached to any filing or when any communication is being conducted by the agent for the filing party’s benefit.

IRS Form 2848 – This is required for representation when filing with the Internal Revenue Service. This form can also be used in some States (usually only when the State’s Department of Revenue does not offer such State form like Nevada).

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