A Nevada tax power of attorney is a legal document that allows taxpayers to appoint representatives, such as attorneys, family members, or certified public accountants, to manage their tax-related matters with the Nevada Department of Taxation. While Nevada doesn’t have a specific state tax form, it recognizes the Federal Form 2848 for this purpose.
This form requires representatives, such as CPAs, attorneys, or family members, to be qualified and have a specific relationship with the taxpayer. It mandates detailing their authorized actions and the tax periods covered.
Signing Requirements — Taxpayer and representatives.
Law — NRS 162A.600.