The Arkansas Department of Finance Power of Attorney Form should be used when you want to authorize another individual to receive and inspect your confidential tax related information. It also provides the individual rights to perform acts related to tax matters on your behalf.
How to Fill the Arkansas Department of Finance Power of Attorney
Begin the form by providing the date of revocation of this power on the top right-hand side of the form. Then one must provide all the information related to taxpayer or the grantor which include; their full and legal name (first, middle, last) & complete address along with the zip code, their SSN along their spouse’s, sales tax permit number, Employer identification number and a day time contact number.
After that, one must provide all the details related to the individual who shall henceforth represent the taxpayer which should include their full and legal name (first, middle, last) and complete address along with the city, state & zip code and lastly their telephone and fax numbers.
In the next section, it is very important that all the tax matters in which the taxpayer wishes to be represented before the “Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration,” be listed thoroughly. The details should include the type of tax such as sales, use, income, etc. and the number of years or the period for which they wish to be represented.
In the following part of the form, the basic acts that the representative is authorized to represent the taxpayer for are stated and any additions or deletions can be specified. It also states that this power can be revoked by the taxpayer at any given point of time.
Lastly, the document must be signed by the taxpayer and if the tax matter concerns a joint return, both husband and wife must sign if joint representation is requested. By doing so, the grantor/s certifies the aforementioned details and request.
In the end of the form, a document stating instructions for the Department of Finance and Administration are stated. Once the form is duly filled and signed, it must be mailed or faxed to the office handling the tax matter.