Wisconsin Tax Power of Attorney Form

The Wisconsin tax power of attorney form is a legal document in which a taxpayer would have the ability to authorize a delegated Agent to complete their tax forms or, if required, the Agent would have the ability to represent the taxpayer before a Department of Revenue. This document will revoke all previous tax powers documents. This document may also be revoked by the taxpayer at their discretion.

How to Write

Step 1 – Taxpayers Information – Enter the following information:

  • Taxpayer name
  • Spouse’s name
  • Social Security number(s)
  • Wisconsin tax account number
  • Taxpayer’s address
  • Spouse’s address if different
  • Federal Identification number
  • Telephone number
  • City, State, Zip Code
  • E-mail address

Step 2 – Appointment of Agent  – Enter the following Agent information:

  • Name(s)
  • Firm Name/Address
  • Telephone Number(s)

Step 3 – Tax Information – Check the applicable boxes and enter the following:

  • Type of Tax
  • Tax Years or Periods to be Covered

Step 4 – Limited Powers – Complete if powers are limited –

  • Check the applicable box

Step 5 – Notices and Communications –

  • Check the box that applies
  • Read the remainder of the section

Step 6 – Powers Revocation Exceptions –

  • Enter any prior tax powers document to remain in effect
  • Specify to whom the powers were granted
  • Date of execution of the previous document(s)
  • Address
  • Attach copies of the document to remain in effect

Step 7 – Signatures  – Agent(s) must review this section and submit:

  • Agent(s) signature(s)
  • Title(s)
  • Date(s) of signature(s)