Utah Tax Power of Attorney (Form TC-737)

The Utah Tax Power of Attorney (Form TC-737) is a document the Utah State Tax Commission requests any taxpayers to use if they want to declare a Representative to stand in their place before the Commission. Known by the official name “Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative,” this form is comprised of five (5) sections regarding:

  1. The taxpayer’s information,
  2. The Representative’s information,
  3. The tax matters the taxpayer wants to authorize the Representative to carry out on their behalf,
  4. The acts the taxpayer does not want to authorize, and
  5. Authorized signatures of the taxpayer and, if relevant, the party signing on behalf of the taxpayer.

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements – The Utah State Tax Commission only requires the taxpayer to sign Form TC-737 in order for it to be filed.