Power of Attorney

You may appoint a person, such as a friend or family member, to deal with Revenu Québec on your behalf by filing a power of attorney for the purposes of your advance payments of the tax credit.

By doing so, you allow the person to consult the documents containing the information required to handle your applications for advance payments, and you allow us to communicate that information to him or her. You can also choose to have all correspondence pertaining to your advance payments of the tax credit sent directly to the person appointed to represent you.

To grant someone a power of attorney, complete form MR-69.MD-V, Power of Attorney for Advance Payments: Tax Credit for Home-Support Services for Seniors. 

Such a power of attorney does not authorize the person to use the Apply for Advance Payments of the Tax Credit for Home-Support Services for Seniors or View Advance Payment Information: Tax Credit for Home-Support Services for Seniors online services. Note that you can view (and revoke) the power of attorney using form MR-69.MD-V or the View or Revoke an Authorization or a Power of Attorney online service.

Note
Form MR-69.MD-V replaces form MR-69-V, Power of Attorney, Authorization to Communicate Information, or Revocation, where granting power of attorney for the purposes of advance payments of the tax credit for home-support services for seniors is concerned. If you granted power of attorney using form MR-69-V, it will remain valid until the end of the period stipulated in the form. Once that power of attorney has expired, it can be renewed using form MR-69.MD-V.
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