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Esig and POA

Good morning, 

My client needs to e-sign, as POA for Mom and recently deceased Dad. I can see where Form 2848 needs to be sent in after e-filing along with copy of POA, but unsure how to have her sign as POA during the e-signature process. 

Happy Friday! (Be still my beating heart, lol)

Dawn

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sjrcpa
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On a joint return, only the surviving spouse's (or her POA's) signature is needed.


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qbteachmt
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There is no POA for someone who has died. Dad is no longer covered under a POA.

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Yes, she is poa for Mom and personal rep for Dad. The IRS will want to see both sets of paperwork?

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sjrcpa
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On a joint return, only the surviving spouse's (or her POA's) signature is needed.


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