Get the info you need to manage notices for Nevada, including submitting a power of attorney and understanding common issues.
Power of Attorney
Nevada requires a Power of Attorney (POA) for Avalara to resolve notices for you. Nevada doesn't have its own form. It accepts the IRS 2848 form or you can create your own form with the POA information.
To submit a POA:
- Obtain and complete an IRS 2848 Power of Attorney form or create your own POA form
- Send the completed POA to the Nevada Department of Taxation office specified on the notice
Send the completed POA form and notice to us by submitting a case. Processing takes about 6 - 8 weeks.
After we have a POA on file, you don't have to submit another one unless something has changed.
These are the most common notice issues to resolve for Nevada. See Manage Tax Notices for additional details about resolving notice issues.
Filing frequency mismatch
Filing frequency changes are a common issue. Pay close attention to communications from the Department of Taxation. Send notification of filing frequency changes to us by submitting a case immediately. Edit your scheduled returns to change the filing frequency.
Payment applied late
Nevada occasionally applies the payment late. Provide proof of timely payment.