What is a 2848 form used for?

What is a 2848 form used for?

Use Form 2848 to authorize an individual to represent you before the IRS. The individual you authorize must be a person eligible to practice before the IRS.

How do I remove myself from IRS POA?

If you do not have a copy of the power of attorney you want to revoke, you must send the IRS a statement of revocation that indicates the authority of the power of attorney is revoked, lists the matters and years/periods, and lists the name and address of each recognized representative whose authority is revoked.

How long does the IRS have to respond to FOIA request?

within 20 days
Requirements for IRS responses The IRS is required to determine within 20 days (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and legal public holidays) after the date of receipt of a request whether to comply with the request under the FOIA.

How long is IRS power of attorney Good For?

After it’s filed with the IRS, the representative can act as you in the eyes of the IRS. The POA stays in effect until you or your representative withdraws the authorization. After seven years, if you haven’t already ended the authorization, the IRS will automatically end it.

How long does it take the IRS to process a power of attorney?

To reduce processing time, the IRS added resources from multiple sites other than the three CAF units to assist in processing. During the past year, the average time the IRS took to process a POA fluctuated from 22 days to over 70 days and is currently 29 days.

How many years is a 2848 Good For?

That mailing address or fax number depends on the state in which you live. You can find the address and fax number for your state in the ‘Where to File Chart’ included with the IRS Instructions for Form 2848. An IRS power of attorney stays in effect for seven years, or until you or your representative rescinds it.

Does Form 2848 require an original signature?

As long as you can create a Secure Access account and follow authentication procedures, you may submit a Form 2848 or 8821 with an image of an electronic signature.

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