Power of Attorney for Advance Payments of the Tax Credit for Home-Support Services for Seniors

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You can 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 for home-support services for seniors.

By doing so, you grant the person the right to view and modify the documents and information we need to process your advance-payment applications. In addition, you allow us to share information with that person.

You can grant a power of attorney by:

  • using the online service in My Account for individuals for granting an authorization or a power of attorney;
  • completing and signing form MR-69.MD-V, Power of Attorney for Advance Payments: Tax Credit for Home-Support Services for Seniors;
  • completing and signing form MR-69-V, Authorization to Communicate Information or Power of Attorney.

Unlike form MR-69-V, form MR-69.MD-V can be used to request that correspondence about your advance payments of the tax credit be sent directly to the person you appointed to represent you.

Such a power of attorney does not authorize the person to use the online services in My Account.

You can also view or revoke a power of attorney in My Account.

Note

For advance payments of the tax credit for home-support services for seniors, form MR-69.MD-V replaces form MR-69-V, Authorization to Communicate Information or Power of Attorney. 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, you can renew it using form MR-69.MD-V.

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