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Michigan Free Printable 151, Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney) for 2023 Michigan Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney)

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Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney)
151, Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney)

Reset Form Michigan Department of Treasury 151 (Rev. 11-21) Issued under authority of Public Act 122 of 1941. Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney) Detailed instructions on page 2. NOTE: All information designated as “required” must be supplied for this authorization to be effective. Use Part 2 to revoke previous authorizations in total or in part. To add a new representative Part 3 must be completed along with at least one box from Parts 4 or 5. PART 1: TAXPAYER OR DEBTOR INFORMATION Taxpayer’s Name (Required) If a business, include any DBA, trade or assumed name. If filing joint return, include spouse’s name. FEIN, ME or TR Number (Required for business taxes) Taxpayer or Business Address (Required) Taxpayer’s Social Security Number (Required if Spouse’s Social Security Number no FEIN, ME, or TR Number listed) Taxpayer’s E-mail Address Daytime Telephone Number Fax Number PART 2: REVOKE PREVIOUS AUTHORIZATION To revoke the authority of your current representative, check the applicable box in this section. 1. I revoke all prior authorizations. I will represent myself. 2. I revoke prior authorizations in the matter(s) listed here: Tax Type(s), Debt Type, or Fee Tax Year(s)/Period(s) 3. I revoke prior authorizations directing Treasury to send copies to my representative for dispute(s) listed here: Tax Type(s) Tax Year(s)/Period(s) PART 3: REPRESENTATIVE APPOINTMENT Your representative may be an entity or an individual. If you designate an entity you must also provide an individual as a contact. If no start date is indicated the authorization is effective as of the date this form is signed. If no expiration date is indicated the authorization is effective until revoked. Authorized Representative’s Name (Required) Contact Name (Required if an entity is named) Authorized Representative’s Address (Required) Telephone Number (Required) Fax Number Authorization Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy) Authorization Expiration Date (mm/dd/yyyy) Authorized Representative’s E-mail Address PART 4: TYPE OF AUTHORITY If you check a box, you authorize your representative to act in that capacity. 1. Receive and inspect oral or written confidential information (upon request only). (To have your representative receive copies of all future letters and notices involving a tax dispute [other than City Income tax], you must complete Part 5.) 2. Make oral or written presentation of fact or argument. You may restrict authority in boxes 1-4 to a specific matter. (Not required.) Tax Type(s), Debt Type or Fee 3. Sign returns. Year(s)/Period(s) 4. Enter into agreements. PART 5: REQUEST COPIES OF LETTERS AND NOTICES REGARDING A TAX DISPUTE (other than City Income Tax) By checking this box, you are directing Treasury to send a copy of all future notices and letters involving a particular tax dispute to your representative named in Part 3 under section 8 of the Revenue Act (MCL 205.8). Enter the tax (income tax, sales tax, use tax, etc.) and year(s) or period(s) in the fields at right. (Tax and year(s) or period(s) are both required if this box is checked.) Tax Type Tax Year/Period Tax Type Tax Year/Period Tax Type Tax Year/Period PART 6: TAXPAYER OR DEBTOR AUTHORIZATION By signing this form, I authorize Treasury to communicate with my representative consistent with the authority granted. Signature (Required) Print Name (Required) Title (Required if a business) Date (Required) Spouse’s Signature Print Name Title Date (Required if spouse signs) TREASURY USE ONLY Accepted Rejected Division Name Reviewer Initials Form 151, Page 2 Purpose Use the Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney) (Form 151) to authorize the Michigan Department of Treasury (Treasury) to communicate with a named individual or entity acting on your behalf. This form may also be used to revoke your representative’s authority or to designate a representative to receive letters and notices regarding a particular tax dispute. All businesses may complete an Authorized Representative form via Michigan Treasury Online at mto. treasury.michigan.gov. Required information. If a box includes the word “Required,” you must provide the information. If a box does not contain the required information, the form is invalid and you will be notified by letter. PART 2: Revoking the authority of a representative. If you want to revoke all prior authorizations, including requests to send copies of letters and notices of tax dispute(s) to your representative and will be representing yourself, check box 1. If you want to revoke your representative’s current authority in whole or in part for a specific tax matter, check box 2 and enter the appropriate Tax Type(s), Debt Type, or Fee as well as the Tax Year(s)/ Period(s) in the boxes to the right within Part 2. If you want to revoke a previous request to send copies of letters and notices of tax dispute(s) to your representative, check box 3 and enter the appropriate Tax Type(s) and Tax Year(s)/Period(s) in the boxes to the right within Part 2. After you revoke your representative’s authority, you may represent yourself, or you may appoint a new representative by completing Part 3, Part 4 and/or Part 5. PART 3: Appointing an entity as your representative. If you appoint an entity as your representative, then any individual within that entity is authorized to act on your behalf. For example, if you appoint the XYZ Law Firm as your representative, any attorney or paralegal from that firm is authorized to act on your behalf. The “Contact Name” is only to ensure that information sent to the entity is directed to the individual overseeing your representation. The contact name is NOT your sole authorized representative. To appoint an entity, write the name of the entity in the Name box and the address of the entity in the Address box. For example: Authorized Representative’s Name (Required) XYZ Law Firm Authorized Representative’s Address (Required) 1234 Street City, State, ZIP Code Appointing an individual as your representative. If you appoint a specific individual as your representative, then only that individual is authorized to act on your behalf. Treasury will only discuss with or disclose information to that individual. For example, if a specific attorney at the XYZ Law Firm is named as your representative, Treasury will not discuss with or disclose information to any other attorney or paralegal at the same firm. If you appoint an individual as your representative, do not fill out Contact Name; your representative is the contact. To appoint an individual, write the name of the individual in the Name box and the address of the individual in the Address box. For example: Authorized Representative’s Name (Required) John Smith Authorized Representative’s Address (Required) 1234 Street City, State, ZIP Code PART 4: Type of authority: General or limited. You may grant your representative general or limited authority to act on your behalf. The actions that your representative may take will depend on the boxes that you check in Part 4. Confidential information (box 1) will only be provided upon request; Treasury will not automatically send confidential information to your representative. Granting your representative authority does not give the representative the right to receive future copies of letters and notices unless Part 5 is also completed. If you want to further restrict the authority of a representative to a specific matter, you must enter the Tax Type(s), Debt Type or Fee as well as the Tax Year(s)/Period(s) in the boxes to the right within Part 4. PART 5: Requesting copies of letters and notices with respect to a tax dispute. NOTE: This part does not apply to City Income Tax. If you complete Part 5, you must identify on the line in Part 5 one or more tax matters that is in dispute. The dispute(s) may cover more than one tax period or year. You must identify one or more specific taxes and periods; “all taxes” and “all periods” is unacceptable and will be rejected. Part 5 does not give a representative authority to act on your behalf. You must give your representative authority to act on your behalf by checking one or more boxes in Part 4 if you want your representative to do more than just receive future notices and letters. Only one representative can be authorized to receive future letters and notices regarding a specific tax dispute under Part 5. Treasury will only send future letters and notices to the person identified on the most recent form. If you appoint an entity as your representative, future letters and notices will be sent to the attention of the first “Contact Name.” Deceased taxpayer. Do not use this form for a deceased taxpayer. File a Claim for Refund Due a Deceased Taxpayer (MI1310) with a death certificate and/or a letter of authority (issued by the probate court) for a personal representative. MAILING OR FAXING INSTRUCTIONS Individual taxpayers: Michigan Department of Treasury Customer Contact Center Individual Correspondence Section PO Box 30058 Lansing Ml 48909 Fax: 517-636-4488 When Treasury Collections asks for this form and any attachments: Michigan Department of Treasury — Coll PO Box 30149 Lansing Ml 48909 Fax: 517-272-5562 When a Treasury field office representative asks for this form, send it as directed by that office. For all others: Michigan Department of Treasury Customer Contact Center Registration Section PO Box 30778 Lansing Ml 48909 Fax: 517-636-4520
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2022 Form 151

151, Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney)

2021 Form 151

151, Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney)

2020 Form 151

151, Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney)

2019 Form 151

151, Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney)

2018 Form 151

151, Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney)

2017 Form 151

151, Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney)

2016 Form 151

151, Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney)

2015 Form 151

151, Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney)

Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney) 2014 Form 151

Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney)

Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney) 2012 Form 151

Authorized Representative Declaration (Power of Attorney)


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