§ I-4905. Signature Alternatives; Electronic Filings
A. As authorized by R.S. 47:1520, the following alternate methods for signing, subscribing, or verifying tax returns, statements, or other documents filed by electronic means are allowed and shall have the same validity and consequence as the actual signature and/or written declaration.
B. The following alternatives are allowed in lieu of submitting a written signature/declaration for tax returns transmitted electronically via any computer, telephone, or internet by the taxpayer or the taxpayer's agent:
1. the taxpayer's signature document maintained by the electronic filer on file and secured for a period of three years from December 31 of the year in which the taxes were due;
2. the taxpayer's signature on a trading partner agreement with the department;
3. a Personal Identification Number (PIN); or
4. an electronic signature as specified in a filing agreement.(Promulgated by the Department of Revenue and Taxation, Office of the Secretary, LR 22:35 (January 1996), amended by the Department of Revenue, Office of the Secretary, LR 23:1167 (September 1997), LR 25:2443 (December 1999), LR 27:1017 (July 2001).)
AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 47:1520.
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