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Taxpayers can approve power of attorney or tax information authorization requests online
Taxpayers can quickly review, approve and sign power of attorney and tax information authorization requests through their IRS Online Account.
Power of attorney
Once a taxpayer has signed the power of attorney, the authorized person can:
Taxpayers can ask an eligible tax professional to use Tax Pro Account to submit the request to their Online Account.
Tax information authorization
It also allows taxpayers to disclose their tax information for a purpose other than resolving a tax matter, such as, for example, providing income verification needed by a lender or a background check.
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