Morgan, Daggett & Wotman, LLP Home of Tax Champions
- 35 years of successful IRS negotiations
- Stop IRS Liens, Levies & Garnishments
- Negotiate Affordable Installment Agreement
“Your Trusted Tax Relief Experts”
Why Choose Tax Champions?
At Tax Champions, we provide our clients with the best of service discreetly, respectfully, and promptly. As one of the Nation’s most experienced tax negotiators with over 35 years of experience solving tax problems, Tax Champions owner Walter Wotman, CPA and staff understand the importance of individual service. Each and every new client benefits from a free personal consultation based upon your individual needs.
We have the experience and the ability to negotiate settlements. In negotiating settlements, we go to great lengths to match a client to an appropriate program so that our client saves the most money.
You can count on us to successfully help you with Abating penalties. If you’re a first-time penalty abatement, you should know that there are several ways to accrue penalties with the IRS such as failing to pay your tax bill on time, filing your taxes late or not filing at all. The IRS will agree to abate certain penalties through the First-Time Penalty Abatement waiver which can be applied for a single tax period.
Tax Champions has the experience and trust that you can rely on. We pride ourselves in being there for our clients. Let us be there for you!
Experience - Results - Professionalism
Offer in Compromise
An offer in compromise allows you to settle your tax debt for less than the full amount you owe. The IRS has recently made new rules that can significantly reduce tax debt and get you a better deal. Offer in Compromise (OIC) may be a legitimate option if you can't pay your full tax liability, or doing so creates a financial hardship.
Unpaid Payroll Taxes
Penalties on overdue or unpaid payroll taxes can add up quickly and can dramatically increase your tax liability. The IRS recently updated the tax settlement programs for individuals and employers.
Back Tax Resolution
Even if you owe taxes and can't pay them all now, you should still file all your delinquent tax returns. Not only will it help save you money in penalties and interest, but it can save you from other unpleasant things the IRS can do to you.
Walter Wotman, CPA
Founder & Managing Partner
Walter Wotman, CPA is the author of "Tax Champions Guide to Tax Resolution." Amazon #1 Best Seller in the Personal Finance category. He is one of America's most experienced tax negotiators with over 35 years of experience helping thousands of clients settle difficult back tax issues.
35 years of experience helping thousands of client's settle difficult back tax issues.
“We worked with Tax Champions to save one of our clients in excess of a million dollars on a negotiated IRS tax settlement… Our client is completely thrilled with the results that they got. I would highly recommend them.”
- Kevin Bond