The Wisconsin tax power of attorney form, also referred to as form A-222, allows a resident to appoint an individual whom they deem fit to handle their tax filing with the Department of Revenue. Typically, the chosen representative will be a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Tax Attorney due to the risks of improper tax filing, though any individual may be selected. The appointed representative will have the taxpayer’s permission to conduct various transactions on their behalf including filing personal income tax and corporate or franchise income tax.
Signing Requirements – Taxpayer Only
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