Alaska State Tax Power of Attorney | Form 775
The Alaska State Tax Power of Attorney (Form 775) is completed by Alaskan taxpayers looking to appoint an Attorney-in-Fact (agent) to handle their state tax filing. The document can give elected agents permission to sign waivers, collect checks, execute closing agreements, delegate authority, or any other tax-related responsibility the taxpayer wishes to grant. The form does not need to be completed in the presence of a witness or Notary Public.
For the form to be valid in Alaska, the principal will have to enter the following information into the document:
- Principal’s EIN or SSN number
- Telephone number
- Taxpayer name (principal)
- Full mailing address
- How the principal identifies themself (individual, partnership, LLC, etc.)
- Contact information of the appointee(s)
- Strike-out any powers that do not apply – VERY IMPORTANT
- Whether tax forms should be sent to the principal or agent
- Dated signature of the principal, their title (if applicable), and printed name
- Dated signature(s) of the representative(s) (agents)
State Laws & Signing Requirements
Signing Requirements: The government department which handles tax-related Power of Attorney arrangements, the Alaska Department of Revenue, only requires the principal’s signature upon the form. Neither a Notary Public nor witnesses are required to be present.