When professionals such as Attorneys achieve a certain level of success, they get hit with high taxes that threaten business growth and personal prosperity. At The Walters Way™, we understand your pain and have Tax Planning for Attorneys solutions that will stop your money from going down the drain. The Walters Way™ is dedicated to Tax Planning for Attorneys to reduce taxes and create wealth through proactive tax planning. Our methods are highly effective and save our clients thousands of dollars on taxes each year. We can do the same for you.
We have developed expertise for strategic tax planning as a Certified Tax Coach with the American Institute of Certified Tax Coaches. The unique training gives us the process to legally save you a ton of money on taxes by identifying hidden deductions, tax credits, and tax loopholes. Instead of fighting the system, we leverage the tax code to your advantage by legally and ethically reducing tax obligations to put more money into your pocket. The holistic approach we use involves analyzing your whole financial picture including past tax returns, business objectives, and investment goals to pinpoint which tax strategies will save you the most money on taxes. We then design a complete plan that will limit taxes on your income and maximize profits for your business. We’ll fine-tune this plan as tax laws change to limit tax exposure and improve revenues. With us at your side, you’ll capitalize on every tax break available and will avoid paying one dollar more than the IRS or the state requires. As professionals with the Certified Tax Coach designation The Walters Way™ knows how to save our clients thousands of dollars with Tax Planning for Attorneys that would otherwise be wasted on unnecessary taxes.
Certified Tax Coach
Certified Tax Coaches are tax professionals with advanced training in proactive tax planning, who specialize in finding deductions, credits, loopholes, and strategies to help their clients pay less tax. This elite network of tax professionals includes certified public accountants (CPAs), enrolled agents (EAs), certified financial planners (CFPs), attorneys, and financial service providers. There are fewer than 500 skilled professionals in 48 states who have achieved this specialized designation.