Tax Power of Attorney Form | Kentucky

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Updated on May 5th, 2023

A Kentucky tax power of attorney form allows a person paying taxes to the Dept. of Revenue to hire a third party to file their taxes. Unlike other power of attorney forms in the state, this does not need to be notarized or witnessed by other persons. Once complete, the document will need to be attached to the tax filing sent to the state. The state will also accept IRS Form 2848 for a third party to do an individual’s taxes.

Signing Requirements – Must be signed and dated by both the taxpayer and the representative (agent).