Alaska Tax Power of Attorney Form – The form of Alaska tax power of attorney is a legal document that allows Principal to give permission to an appointed Agent to handle various tax-related documents in their behalf. To properly complete this form, the Principal should also provide the Agent with a right to access personal financial information. Below are several steps that can guide you to complete the document.
Alaska Tax Power of Attorney Form – How to Write the Form
1. Input information about Principal as taxpayer, that includes: name, identification numbers, (SSN or EIN), address, city, state, zip code.
2. Input information about the Agent, that includes: name, firm’s name, full address, contact number, email address, particular type of tax, and period or year
3. The list of powers that are not granted to the Agents, for examples:
• To receive payment checks for taxes, interest, or penalties refunds
• To give out consents to extend collection or assessment period of taxes
• To substitute or authorize another Agent or representative
• To submit decline of assessment
• To provide offers to settle or compromise regarding tax liability
4. Input revocation date for all appointed Agents in advance, with information of the Agent’s: full name, full address, available contact numbers, and revocation date.
5. Input information of Agent’s where notices by Principal are being sent to: name, full address, and available contact numbers with code of area.
6. Input the signature of Taxpayer (Principal), Taxpayer’s spouse, and partnership/corporation, that includes: signature and signature date for each party.
7. Input information related to CPA, attorney, or enrolled Agent (if apply): the designation of CPA, attorney, or enrolled agent, the jurisdiction, the signature, and the signature date
8. Input information related to the authorize person if they are not CPA, attorney, or enrolled Agent: two witnesses’ signatures and signatures date in the format of MM/DD/YYYY.
All of the signing process and signatures in the document must be witnessed by a Notary. Then, the notary should also sign and give seal for acknowledgment purpose.