Dallas City is one of the largest urban centers in the United States, forming part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Arlington metropolitan statistical area. Dallas is centrally located in North Central Texas, about 35 miles away from Fort Worth and 245 miles away from Houston.
With 14 entertainment districts, world class shopping centers, and numerous four and five-star/diamond hotels, Dallas is the prime visitor and leisure destination in Texas. Tourist attractions include the Cotton Bowl Stadium, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Dallas Love Field, Bishop Art District, Dallas World Aquarium, and Frontiers of Flight Museum.
Dallas has a total land area of 340.5 square miles with an estimated population of 1,257,676 people. There are as many males and females in Dallas where the median resident age is 31.8 years old, slightly younger than the Texas median age. 23.9% of the residents were born outside the United States. The average household size has 2.6 persons and the estimated median household income was $41,354. Cost of living in Dallas is lower than the United States average.
Dallas is bustling with economic activity brought about by companies engaged in construction, accommodation and food services, finance and insurance, health care, educational services, administrative and support, and waste management services. 371,113 people work and live in Dallas, many of whom work as construction laborers, cooks and food preparation workers, driver and sales workers and truck drivers, construction trades workers, laborers and material movers.
Home of Country’s Richest
Dallas is known for oil which is a big wealth driver and one of the reasons why this city is known as the top city for growing new millionaires in recent years. In 2013, the number of millionaires in Dallas reached 113,000, when combined, they control $457 billion in wealth in the United States.
Attracting IRS Examiners
Rising incomes and net worth can attract the attention of IRS examiners who may send audit notices and other notices concerning tax returns that businesses and individuals regularly submit. When the IRS finds a deficiency in the taxes that you’ve declared and paid, you may be the subject of tax collection procedures and even IRS tax cases.
If you have received an IRS notice or have a federal tax case, engaging the services of an experienced Dallas tax attorney is absolutely essential in order to prevent losing assets or property in a levy or garnishment.
In Dallas, Texas, the law firm of Scott Scammahorn has been helping taxpayers fight the IRS for over 16 years. Backed by an advanced law degree in taxation, Mr Scammahorn can help you in obtaining favorable outcomes such as reducing your liability, obtaining an Offer in Compromise, or negotiating a Partial Pay Instalment Agreement in your favor.
We invite you to call our Dallas tax lawyer today at (903) 595-1000 to speak to arrange an initial appointment to discuss your IRS problems.
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Addison, Texas 75001