A Form 2848 is also known as a Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative form. This form will be used in various situations related to tax filing or tax audits. The form will authorize someone to represent the filer before the United States Internal Revenue Service. This person will also be authorized to view all of the filer’s confidential tax information.
A qualified representative can help a taxpayer navigate a dispute related to taxes. For the attorney or representative to qualify, the filer needs to have their information. This may include their name, qualifications, and license number. The taxpayer and the representative will both need to sign and date the form in order for it to be recognized by the IRS.
Details of the dispute should also be included on this form. This will ensure that everyone is on the same page regarding the matter. Identifying information such as the tax form number and date of the situation should be included so the information regarding the dispute can be found.
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