Pennsylvania Tax Power of Attorney (Form REV-677 LE)
The Pennsylvania Tax Power of Attorney (Form REV-677 LE) is an official document issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue that makes it possible for a taxpayer to appoint an Appointee to represent them before any office of the Department for the tax matter(s) they have provided for in the form. Notably, the taxpayer must not only specify the type(s) of tax they wish the Appointee to represent them, but also the purpose of authorizing them to do so. The taxpayer should keep in mind that if their Appointee is not an attorney, certified public accountant or enrolled agent, additional signing requirements must be upheld (of which are noted below).
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Powers of Attorney
Signing Requirements – The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue requires the taxpayer and the Appointee to both sign the form. If Power of Attorney is granted to a person other than an attorney, certified public accountant or enrolled agent, the taxpayer’s signature must either be witnesses by two (2) disinterested witnesses or acknowledged before a Notary Public.