How to Fill Out Power of Attorney Forms

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Fill out your personal information in Box One, including your name, address, Social Security number or tax identification number and phone number.

Fill out the personal information of your representatives of choice in Box Two.

In Box Three, fill out the tax issues you would like your power of attorney to handle.

If applicable, check Box Four. If not, leave it blank.

Add any specific additions or deletions in Box Five.

Fill out Box Six if you would like your power of attorney to receive any refund checks in your name.

If you have listed more than one power of attorney on this form, fill out Box Seven.

Fill out Box Eight only if you have additional powers of attorney for matters that you do not wish to be nullified and attach a copy of those specific powers of attorney.

Sign and date the power of attorney.

Part III must be signed and dated by your new representative.

Mail the Power of Attorney Form to the appropriate address for the state in which you live. For these addresses check irs.gov.

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