The Walton Firm has partnered with Real Estate Tax Advisory Group (RETAG) to handle its resolution cases. When your unpaid taxes reach a certain threshold, the IRS will become very forceful in their collection tactics and can make your life miserable until you find a way to pay. They can hit you with exorbitant penalties, garnish your wages, or even use a levy to seize your property in an effort to pay the tax debt. If you're experiencing one of these tax problems or any of the others listed below, contact RETAG (Real Estate Tax Advisory Group) now at 888-829-7584 for straightforward tax advice and a timely solution.

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No one wants to face a tax debt, however, The Walton Firm can make sure you are prepared when you meet with the IRS/state. Our tax experts can help you at any stage of a tax settlement.

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Effective Tax Resolutions

The Walton Firm assists client in resolution cases before the IRS/state. Count on us to relieve your worry by analyzing your tax position and providing effective resolution. The Walton Firm provides the following tax resolution services:

Offer in Compromise

An offer in compromise (OIC) is an agreement between you and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)/Department of Revenue (State) that settles your tax liabilities for less than the full amount owed.

Installment Agreement

An installment agreement, or payment plan, may be requested and made with the IRS/State to pay your taxes you owe within an extended timeframe.

Tax Levy

An IRS/State bank levy permits the legal seizure of your property to satisfy a tax debt.

Tax Liens

The IRS/State has a right to file a Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) or State Execution against you, business or individual, who owes a tax debt.

Currently Not Collectible Status (CNC)

A Currently Not Collectible (CNC) status is the decision the IRS/State takes in concluding that a taxpayer has no ability to pay and cannot afford to make payments on their tax debt.

Wage Garnishments

The IRS/state demands your employer to garnish your wages from your paycheck every pay period. The amount of garnishment can be up to 85% of your wages deducted from your paycheck until the tax debt is satisfied.

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