Does Form 2848 need to be notarized?

Q. Do I need to have the IRS Form 2848 notarized in order for it to be valid?

Adam answers:

No. Form 2848, which allows you to authorize someone else to represent you before the IRS, needs to be signed by the person (or representative from a business entity) but does not need a stamp from a notary public.

NOTE: This is my understanding of current U.S. tax law. Things do change, so call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 to confirm.