Kansas Tax Power of Attorney (Form DO-10)

Administered by the Kansas Department of Revenue, the Kansas Tax Power of Attorney (Form DO-10) grants an individual or business the permission to appoint an Attorney-in-Fact to represent them before the Department. The Attorney-in-Fact may be an attorney, accountant, or another representative the taxpayer trusts to act in their best interests. The form presents the taxpayer with options regarding the acts they require the Attorney-in-Fact to perform, as well as space to note down any specific additions or deletions to such acts.

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State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers and Letters of Attorney

Signing Requirements – Kansas Department of Revenue states that Form DO-10 must bear both the taxpayer(s) signature, as well as that of their Representative(s).