Updated on April 15th, 2021
The Kansas tax power of attorney (Form DO-10) is a legal document that authorizes an individual (the “representative”) to act on behalf of a (the “taxpayer”) with the Kansas Department of Revenue. The taxpayer can be an individual, a business, or an estate. While power of attorney is usually granted to attorneys, accountants, or tax preparers, the taxpayer may appoint anyone, including family members or associates. The appointee(s) can handle the taxpayer’s tax matters, receive their confidential information, sign on their behalf, and speak on their behalf before the Department. The completed form must be signed by all the named taxpayers and representatives.
Signing Requirements – Taxpayer(s) and Representative(s)