A Tax Lawyer's Secrets to Dealing with the Oklahoma Tax Commission Part I

Many people call my office scared stiff after receiving threatening letters from the Oklahoma Tax Commission.  One of the most common fears is when a person receives a "Notice of Tax Warrant."  What a frightening thing to read!  But never fear; while the term, "warrant" may sound like there is a warrant out for your arrest, it is actually just a tax lien.  This is no different than the IRS' Notice of Tax Lien... it is simply making a legal claim to any assets that you own, so should you try and sell them, they can take the proceeds.  There are no immediate repurcussions other than a lowered credit score.  Believe me, a Tax Warrant does not mean you are going to jail.  When I tell my clients that, the relief on their faces is priceless!  But how do you get rid of a Tax Warrant?

That is what I am here for.  I know the steps to take and when.  Typically, I attack the OTC problem after I have negotiated a resolution with the big guys....the IRS.  However, certain situations warrant (no pun intended) immediate action with the OTC.  If you owe the Oklahoma Tax Commission, call my office for a free tax consultation today!  My experienced staff is standing by waiting to help you.  What have you got to lose?

 
5 Comments
Who do I pay to clear the tax warrant
by Norman W Hill March 12, 2017 at 12:29 AM
WHEW!!! Thank you.
by Joe Marino October 25, 2016 at 10:28 AM
I have been with the same co for 26yrs. Iam now starting my third examation since I campaigned and voted against our current president twice ?
by Roy martin March 25, 2016 at 06:52 PM
Nevermind got my w2 in 2011 and 12 , had cpa file all that 2014 and didn't file it, so try to work a payment arrange and they want. So they took ok state and been paying. So now they filed ok tax warrant. I can't pay all up front. Why will they nit take payment arrange ment.
by Karen March 21, 2016 at 09:28 AM
I just received a tax warrant, to be filed in Osage county. I tried working something out with them but they wanted 200-300 month plus pay a fee to see if I qualified, lost job last year and taking care of grandson whom I have custody. What should I do and hats the least I can pay each month to resolve this. Interest is killing me.
by Wilma February 20, 2016 at 04:32 PM
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