Tax Professionals beware, the IRS has revised the Power of Attorney form. Effective July 2014 there is a new POA form for use with all your clients. There is no indication older forms already submitted must be revised, but on a go forward basis, begin using the new form.
Form 2848 is the required document, and only the form has changed. The required content remains the same and includes:
● Designation of the tax year or years the POA is being appointed.
● The name of the person designated as power of attorney.
● Must be signed by the taxpayer to be effective.
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