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Easy Form 2290

Consent of Disclosure

The Consent of Disclosure on Form 2290 is a section where taxpayers can authorize the IRS to disclose their tax information to a designated third party. This could include tax preparers, accountants, or other individuals who are authorized to access the taxpayer's information. By completing this section of the form, the taxpayer is giving permission for the IRS to discuss and share their tax information with the designated third party. This helps facilitate communication and interaction between the IRS and the authorized representative, allowing for assistance in tax matters and filings.

The Procedure :

  • Fill out the form: Complete the Consent of Disclosure section on Form 2290, providing the name and contact information of the individual or organization you are authorizing to receive your tax information.
  • Sign and date the form: Verify that the information provided is accurate and sign and date the Consent of Disclosure form. This confirms that you are authorizing the IRS to disclose your tax information to the designated third party.
  • Submit the form: Include the completed Consent of Disclosure form with your Form 2290 when submitting it to the IRS. This ensures that the IRS will be able to share your tax information with the authorized third party.
  • Keep a copy for your records: Make sure to retain a copy of the Consent of Disclosure form for your records. This can be useful in case you need to reference the authorization at a later date.