An Alaska tax power of attorney form, also known as “POA 774,” grants an individual the ability to appoint an agent, referred to as the “attorney-in-fact,” to manage the state taxes on their behalf in front of the Alaska Department of Revenue.
The person or business entity filing taxes must define the specific tax matters and years the appointed representative can manage. This representative must hold credentials as a CPA, attorney, or be authorized to practice before the IRS. If they don’t meet these criteria, they should be a close family member or employed within the taxpayer’s organization.
Signing Requirements — Principal and agent.
Statute — § 13.26.665.