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Form 2848, Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative Live with Jon Miller, CPA
February Thursday 11th 2021
Power of Attorney Live Description
We will be focusing on the basics of Form 2848, Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative.
“Form 2848 to authorize an individual to represent you before the IRS. The individual you authorize must be a person eligible to practice before the IRS.
You may authorize a student who works in a qualified Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) or Student Tax Clinic Program (STCP) to represent you under a special appearance authorization issued by the Taxpayer Advocate Service.
Your authorization of a qualifying representative will also allow that individual to receive and inspect your confidential tax information.” -IRS
Key Concepts Covered
Jon Miller, CPA
Jon started a small company to fund his college education. He balanced managing a business and academics with great success. Initially, he was interested in entrepreneurship and was taking classes in business, human resource management and organizational behavior when an accounting class he took changed the course of his life. He graduated with a Masters Degree in Accounting from one of the top 3 Accounting schools in the nation.
Jon’s career followed the path dreamt of by any young accounting students. He was a partner in a CPA firm and worked at two of the largest accounting firms nationwide. He became a senior manager and then director in the tax department before a client hired him away to serve as CEO of a company. Jon was the CEO of two technology companies before deciding it was time to get back to his roots. He understands the thrill of creating a business and seeing it succeed. He also understands the responsibility of making payroll.