Tax Power of Attorney Form | New Mexico

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Updated on May 10th, 2023

A New Mexico tax power of attorney form (Form ACD-31102) establishes a legal relationship between the principal and the tax accountant they have hired to file their taxes. While a general or durable power of attorney can authorize an attorney-in-fact to complete all tax-related matters for them, this document will limit the agent’s powers to solely file the principal’s taxes, specifically those administered by the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department. Furthermore, the principal can limit their agent’s powers even to specific tasks within the tax filing process.

Signing Requirements – None are specifically mentioned in New Mexico law, nor does the form have fields for notarization; however, it is recommended that a notary public acknowledge the principal’s signature.