Because IRS Form 4506-C may be completed and signed by someone acting as an attorney-in-fact for the borrower (see “General Instructions” to the form), we will be modifying the “Print/Type Name” section in the signature area of the form to print “power of attorney” (“POA”) names and related text for signatories who are attorneys-in-fact.
The language will appear when any of our “Borrower X Power of Attorney enabled” fields (FI 178, 198, 218, & 238) equal “Yes”. The name of the borrower associated with the attorney-in-fact will print, along with the name of the attorney-in-fact (i.e., the value of FI 182, 202, 222, or 242), as well as the verbiage mapped to our “Borrower X Power of Attorney Verbiage” fields (FI 183, 203, 223, or 243). An example of how the language may appear is as follows:
“John Doe, by Jane Doe as attorney-in-fact”
This change is being made to our standard Cx3095 and our 4506-C Corporation Tax Return, Cx17841, and will take effect on April 27, 2021. Questions or concerns about these changes should be directed towards Client Support at 1.800.497.3584.