The New Jersey tax power of attorney form (Form M-5008-R) is used to appoint an agent or an entity to handle a person’s taxes with the Division of Taxation. In most cases, the principal will hire a tax accountant or other certified professional to represent them in these matters. The principal is able to select the types of power and authorizations the appointed agent will have. If all the information is accurate and properly entered into the form, the principal and the agent must sign the document.
Signing Requirements – None mentioned in State statutes, only taxpayer and representative are required to sign the document.