Georgia Tax Power of Attorney (Form RD-1061)
A Georgia Tax Power of Attorney can be easily filed by completing Form RD-1061—an official document administered by the Georgia Department of Revenue. This two-page document allows a taxpayer to indicate the tax matters they want a Representative to represent them before the Department. For instance, the taxpayer may wish their Representative to make payments on their behalf as a taxpayer, execute claims for refund, and receive relevant confidential tax information that will allow them to carry out their specified duties.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney
Signing Requirements – The taxpayer must sign the form before a Notary Public in order to uphold the signing requirements the Georgia Department of Revenue sets out.