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Do I have to talk to the IRS during an examination?

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You do not have to be present during an examination unless an IRS representative needs to ask specific questions.

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You do not have to be present during an examination unless an IRS representative needs to ask specific questions. Although you may represent yourself during an examination, most executors prefer that professional(s) they have employed handle this phase of administration. They may delegate authority for this by signing a designation on the Form 706 (PDF) itself, or executing Form 2848 "Power of Attorney" (PDF).

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