Virginia Tax Power of Attorney (Form PAR-101)
Officially named the Virginia Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative, the Virginia Tax Power of Attorney (Form PAR-101) is a two-page form (with an additional two pages of instructions) that provides a taxpayer/s with a means to communicate their desire to elect a Representative with Virginia Tax. Once their request is approved by Virginia Tax, their Representative will be empowered to act on their behalf to represent them when completing the tax acts they have specified in the form. The taxpayer must designate at least one (1) tax type and taxable year period, of which may not be longer than three (3) years into the future.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act
Signing Requirements – Virginia Tax states in the form that the signatures of both the taxpayer/s and their selected Representative must be present otherwise the form will be denied.