Nebraska Tax Power of Attorney (Form 33)
The Nebraska Department of Revenue makes the Nebraska Tax Power of Attorney (Form 33) freely available for taxpayers who want to appoint up to two (2) Attorney-in-Facts to oversee tasks directly related to their taxes. The single-page form may be filed at any time, and once in effect, will allow the Attorney-in-Fact to represent the taxpayer before the Department. The form lists a number of acts that the taxpayer may select from for the Attorney-in-Fact to perform on their behalf. Examples of acts include fully representing the taxpayer in any hearing, determination, or appeal and executing waivers.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Nebraska Uniform Power of Attorney Act (Sections 30-4001 to 30-4045)
Signing Requirements – The Nebraska Department of Revenue demands that the taxpayer to sign his or her name on the form.