NaviGator Tax & Representation
352-358-5282

Central FL, CPA Firm

About NaviGator Tax & Representation

Taxpayers that owe back taxes and high tax penalties are vulnerable to aggressive IRS collection tactics including liens, levies, and wage garnishment. NaviGator Tax & Representation is proud to assist these individuals and business owners with practical tax relief solutions and sound financial advice. We're a local Celebration, FL tax resolution firm with a fine reputation for integrity and a passion for helping people with IRS problems all over Central Florida.

At NaviGator Tax & Representation, we place a strong emphasis on customer service and will work hard to get you the tax relief you deserve. We're determined to treat our clients the way we would wish to be treated, with dignity, respect, and a special sensitivity towards the stress they might be feeling due to their financial issues. When you become our client, we'll permanently resolve your tax problems by filing delinquent tax returns, setting up a payment plan like an installment agreement, or recommending a tax relief program like innocent spouse relief.

Our friendly staff is fully qualified and ready to start working on your tax problems today, so call us at 352-358-5282 now or request your consultation through our website.


Marion Davis

Marion Davis

Marion Davis loves her cats, reading, making her own jewelry, and of course taxes. Since the ripe age of 5, Marion has been a part of a “tax” family. At the age of thirteen she started going to the office with her father to do tax research and some light reception duties. By the age of 18 she had passed the California Tax Education Council’s exam and started her first season as a tax professional. Since then she has had the opportunity to work as a tax preparer, an office supervisor, a franchise partner with H&R Block, and an Enrolled Agent. Starting Navigator Tax & Representation with her business partners has created an environment where she can utilize her research skills by helping people figure out the puzzle that is their tax situation.

Most days Marion is up to her ears in taxes. On the rare occasion when she does have some down time you are most likely to find her at the movies (yay cheesy ridiculous horror movies), curled up on the sofa watching an old Cary Grant movie (with cats of course), or reading a good book (before someone turns it into a movie).