The Utah tax power of attorney form, otherwise known as form TC-737, allows for the appointment of a tax representative to handle any and all State tax filings with the Utah State Tax Commission. It is recommended to choose either a Certified Public Accountant or Tax Attorney as any omissions or errors will be the liability of the principal. In order to complete, the form need only be signed by the person designating the task, and the document is usually attached to the tax filing for the current year.
Signing Requirements – Taxpayer only. However, if the power of attorney is made by a corporate officer, fiduciary, or partner on behalf of the taxpayer, they can sign in lieu of the taxpayer.