The Alaska Tax Power of Attorney is to be used when a Taxpayer grants another individual the authority to act on behalf himself for tax related matters in the State of Alaska. These acts of the attorney-in-fact are binding on the taxpayer.
Generally, the power of attorney grants all matters relating to a taxpayer’s rights, privileges, or liabilities under laws and regulations administered by the department.
This includes, for example, such things as the preparation and filing of necessary documents, receipt of otherwise confidential tax particulars, correspondence and communication with department personnel, and representation of a taxpayer at audits, conferences, hearing, and other meetings.
How to Fill the Alaska Tax Power of Attorney Form
This form needs to begin with EIN & SSN (Employee Identification Number & Social Security Number), Taxpayer’s full and legal name (first, middle, last) followed by the complete mailing address along with the zip code, phone number, Fax Number (optional) and an option needs to be chosen which confirms if the power if being transferred for and by an Individual / PARTNERSHIP / CORPORATION / LIMITED LIABILITY CORPORATION or Other.
In the next section, the complete details of the attorney/s needs to be mentioned including the full and legal name (first, middle, last), complete address along with the zip code, phone number, attorney/s firm (if any) declaring that the taxpayer is authorizing the attorney the power to take decisions which shall be considered equal to the grantor in matters related to tax followed by the detailed description of the powers that are allotted to the attorney and also choosing who will receive the decisions of the proceedings related to any tax matters.
Lastly, the taxpayer needs sign the document along with their name and date followed by a declaration that needs to be signed by the to-be attorney. Information related to the power of attorney is also stated at the end of the form.