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Representation can be sticky business
14 Jun 2009

Originally Published by The TaxLetter Vol. 27, No. 6, June 2009   www.adviceforinvestors.com

 

Who represents you?
Representation can be sticky business

Eileen Reppenhagen

Signing on with a tax representative may not be as straightforward as it seems. Here are some useful facts and a cautionary story.

I prefer that my clients provide Level 1 authorization on a Form T1013.

Level 1 means that I can obtain information from Can- Rev. I can not make changes to the tax returns. The client must request changes.

Level 2 means I can obtain information and I can request changes to their returns without ...

 

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