Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney: IRS

Vicky Randolph Vicky Randolph
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Power of Attorney: IRS

Taxpayer(s) name, identifying number, and address including ZIP code:
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hereby appoints names(s), CAF number(s), address(es), including ZIP code(s), and telephone numbers:
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as attorney(s)-in-fact to represent the taxpayer(s) before any office of the Internal Revenue Service for the following tax matter(s) (specify the type(s) of tax and year(s) or period(s) (date of death if estate tax):

Type of tax: ________________________
Federal tax number: _________________
Year(s) or period(s) __________________
Date of death if estate tax: ____________

The attorney(s)-in-fact (or either of them) are authorized, subject to revocation, to receive confidential information and to perform and any all acts that the principal(s) can perform with respect to the above specified tax matters (excluding the power to receive refund checks, and the power to sign the return (see regulations section 1.6012-1(a)(5), Returns made by agents), unless specifically granted below.)

Send copies of notice and other written communications addressed to the taxpayer(s) in proceedings involving the tax matters to: the appointee first named above.

Taxpayer initial here: _________________ if you are granting the power to receive, but not to endorse or cash, refund checks for the above tax matters to: the appointee first named above

This power of attorney revokes all earlier powers of attorney and tax information authorizations on file with the Internal Revenue Service for the same tax matters and years or periods covered by this power of attorney, except the following: _____________________________________________________________________________

Signature of or for taxpayer(s):
(If signed by a corporate officer, partner, or fiduciary on behalf of the taxpayer, I certify that I have the authority to execute this power of attorney on behalf of the taxpayer.)

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Signature

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If the power of attorney is granted to a person other than an attorney, certified public accountant, enrolled agent, or enrolled actuary, the taxpayer(s) signature must be witnesses or notarized below. The representative must complete Part II. Only representative listed there are recognized to practice before the Internal Revenue Service.

The persons signing as or for the taxpayer(s) (Check and complete one):

______ is/are known to and signed in the presence of the two disinterested witnesses whose signatures appear here:

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Signature of Witness

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Signature of Witness

_______________________________ appeared this day before a notary public and acknowledged this power of attorney as a voluntary act and deed.

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Witness (Signature of notary)

PART II

I declare that I am not currently under suspension or disbarment form practice before the Internal Revenue Service, that I am aware of Treasury Department Circular No. 230 as amended (31 C.F.R. Part 10), Regulations governing the practice of attorneys, certified public accountants, enrolled agents, enrolled actuaries, and others, and that I am one of the following;

(1) a member in good standing of the bar of the highest court of the jurisdiction indicated below;

(2) duly qualified to practice as a certified public accountant in the jurisdiction indicated below;

(3) enrolled as an agent pursuant to the requirements of Treasury Department Circular No. 230;

(4) a bona fide officer of the taxpayer organization;

(5) a full-time employee of the taxpayer;

(6) a member of the taxpayer’s immediate family (spouse, parent, child, brother or sister);

(7) a fiduciary for the taxpayer;

(8) an enrolled actuary (the authority of an enrolled actuary to practice before the Service is limited by section 10.3(d)(1) of Treasury Department Circular No. 230);

(9) Commissioners special authorization (see instructions for Part II, item 9) ____________________________________; and that I am authorized to represent the taxpayer identified in Part I for the tax matters there specified.

Date: _____________________________
Designation: _______________________
Jurisdiction: ________________________

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Signature