Maryland Tax Power of Attorney (Form 548)

Certified by the Comptroller of Maryland, Revenue Administration Division, the Maryland Tax Power of Attorney (Form 548) is a form that comprehensively addresses the topic of tax-focused Power of Attorneys in the state. A taxpayer (or taxpayers) can fill out the form as a means of letting the Comptroller know that they would like to authorize a Representative they name to perform, on their behalf, the tax matters they highlight in the form. Conveniently, the Comptroller allows for taxpayers to mail, fax, or email completed forms for processing.

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State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Maryland General and Limited Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements – In order for the form to be filed, the Comptroller of Maryland, Revenue Administration Division requires the form to be signed by both the taxpayer/s and the Representative.