A Kansas tax power of attorney form allows individuals to authorize third parties to file their tax return with the Department of Revenue in Kansas. The agent selected may handle any or all of the following:
The principal may also list other powers that the agent is able to conduct on their behalf. Unlike the other power of attorney documents, this does not need to be witnessed or authorized in front of a notary public in order to be legal for use.
Signing Requirements – Principal and Representative(s)