Trust Your Case to Our Oklahoma Tax Attorneys
While Texas does not have a state income tax, Oklahoma and Arkansas do. The IRS shares information with individual states, meaning that if you are audited, the state immediately finds out. Most of the time, states do not audit individual taxpayers but will tack on a bill to an individual IRS audit. More commonly, states audit businesses.
If a state tax collections entity has contacted you about unpaid income tax (or sales tax if you're a business owner), contact us today for relief.
Whether you are an individual or a business, you can trust the Oklahoma tax lawyers at the Travis W. Watkins Tax Resolution & Accounting Firm to provide representation and legal services that are tailored to your needs. Founding Attorney Travis Watkins is an award-winning author and has been featured on prominent news networks for his insight on tax law. We can practice before the IRS in all 50 states and have the resources to see your case through from start to finish.
How Do State Tax Collectors Operate?
In most cases, state tax collectors and the IRS operate in a similar manner.
State tax collectors have the power to do the following:
- Accept installments
- Seize assets
- Settle tax bills
- Suspend collection for hardship
Many state tax collectors are not interested in negotiating with you — they simply want to get the money settled as quickly as possible. It's important to have a knowledgeable advocate who can fight for your interests.
Contact the Travis W. Watkins Tax Resolution & Accounting Firm Today
When our Oklahoma tax attorneys take on a case, they provide the resources and education you need to make informed decisions about your future. Additionally, we offer accounting and bookkeeping services so that you don't find yourself in this situation again.
For prompt responses and open communication throughout your case, call (405) 454-8373.