Power of Attorney Holder Cannot Sign for Another

Tax practitioners are familiar with Form 2848. With that form, a taxpayer authorizes an attorney, accountant, or other authorized representative to act as attorney-in-fact for the taxpayer as to the specified tax matter in dealing with the IRS…

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