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Serious tax problems deserve the attention of an attorney. Whether your IRS issues are tax levies, tax liens or wage garnishments, John Willis and the entire team of professionals at The Willis Firm will take them on using a direct and ethical approach. You always know how much it will cost to fix your tax problems. You always receive up front advice on your best resolution options. There are NO surprises and NO hidden fees - NO kidding! Mr. Willis is licensed to practice law in both Florida and Alabama, and The Willis Firm serves the entire central gulf coast region. We are ready to give you the personal attention and respect that you deserve, helping you resolve your tax problems once and for all.Browse Our Legal Services
If you or your business owes employment taxes for payroll deposits or if you are...
Few things are more personally stressful than an IRS audit but it doesn’t have to be...
Do you have a tough tax problem? Are you faced with an IRS levy? Are you afraid of what your financial future holds because of IRS debt? Are you being threatened with a tax lien, tax levy or wage garnishment? There's one thing you should know; we love a challenge. The Willis Firm has recruited and fielded an IRS All Star team to protect and defend our clients from IRS disputes and aggressive tax collection efforts. We are here to help you...
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
The Internal Revenue Service issued its annual inflation adjustments for dozens of tax items and tax schedules. When you get around to filing your 2019 taxes next year, you’ll have a small […]
Thursday, November 14, 2019
There’s a new tax scam just in time for the holidays. Just in time for the first festive celebration of the holiday season, The Internal Revenue Service is cautioning taxpayers as well […]
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Unscrupulous tax preparers are full of promises that lure people in. Not only are there tax preparers who will cause you to lose money, there are those who will also steal your […]
Monday, October 7, 2019
Perhaps you knew you were going to need more time and you actually filed IRS Form 4868 on or before the April 2019 filing deadline. Good for you, if you did. That […]