What is a third-party designee in IRS Form 2290?
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A third party designee is someone you can elect for discussing your Form 2290 with the IRS. The third-party designee may be an employee of your business, a return preparer, or other third parties. 

The third-party designee has the permission to exchange information about your Form 2290 with the IRS, as well as request and receive written tax return information that is related to your Form 2290. The information includes account transcripts, correspondence, and copies of notices. 

The authorization of your third party designees will expire after one year from the due date for filing Form 2290. If you want to cancel the authorization given to a third party, you may have to send a written statement to the following address:

Internal Revenue Service
7940 Kentucky Drive
Florence, KY 41042-2915

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