Tax Power of Attorney Form – TBOR-1 | Ohio

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Updated on May 10th, 2023

An Ohio tax power of attorney form permits an attorney-in-fact to represent the principal in all (or some) tax-related tasks. The principal can choose to have the attorney-in-fact receive all associated tax paperwork from the Ohio Department of Taxation and also file any necessary paperwork in return. Although it is not mandatory, the principal would be wise to appoint a certified public accountant or tax attorney as their representative.

Signing Requirements – Only the principal is required to sign the document.