Tax Power of Attorney Form | Maine

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Updated on May 5th, 2023

A Maine tax power of attorney form (2848-ME) allows residents to hire a professional accountant or tax attorney to prepare and file their state taxes. Typically this is an accountant or tax attorney but can be any person. The contract is typically attached to the tax filing. If the tax agent isn’t a professional accountant or attorney, the principal must have their signature acknowledged by a notary public or two witnesses.

Signing Requirements – Only the principal needs to sign.