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Good afternoon. Was this a General Power of Attorney or the Form 2848 that is filed for a POA with the IRS? Thanks.
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Pursuant to the IRS (http://professional.justanswer.com/chat/index/e2c0ff01a9cb46fc8fe219fc446dfba1):
Revocation of Power of Attorney/Withdrawal of Representative
Revocation by taxpayer. If you want to revoke a previously executed power of attorney and do not want to name a new representative, you must write “REVOKE” across the top of the first page with a current signature and date below this annotation. Then, you must mail or fax a copy of the power of attorney with the revocation annotation to the IRS, using the Where To File Chart, earlier, or if the power of attorney is for a specific matter, to the IRS office handling the matter." The instruction as to where to file are in the link above. :)
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