A Nevada tax power of attorney is a form that allows a taxpayer to designate representatives to handle tax-related matters on their behalf. Nevada does not have its own specific state tax form; however, Federal Form 2848 is accepted by state authorities for the purpose of declaring a representative. The form allows for up to four (4) attorney-in-fact to be named. Each must state their relationship to the taxpayer, indicating whether they are their attorney, a close family member, a certified public accountant, an officer of the tax organization, or whatever the case may be. The taxpayer must indicate which acts the representative(s) are authorized to perform and for what taxation year(s) or period(s).
Signing Requirements – Taxpayer and Representative(s)