The city of Marshall is situated in Northeast Texas and is the county seat of Harrison County. It is 150 miles from Dallas and 40 miles from Shreveport, Louisiana, and is also near the cities of Nesbitt, Scottsville, Harleton, and Hallsville.
Marshall is a major cultural and educational center drawing about a million tourists every year to its historical attractions which include the Ginocchio Historic District, Hagerty House, Michelson Museum of Art, and the Franks Antique Doll Museum. The city has a humid subtropical climate which is characterized by hot and humid summers and fairly mild winters.
Marshall covers a land area of 29.6 square miles with an estimated population of 24,501. Approximately 52% of the residents are female, and the median resident age is 33.5 years old – significantly higher than the Texas median resident age of 30.8 years.
66.3% of the households in Marshall consist of families where the average household size is 2.6 persons. The median household income, as of 2012, was $30,415, significantly lower than the Texas median household income of %50,740. Median house values in Marshall are also below the state average.
Marshall has a diverse economy with certain sectors providing jobs and income to residents. These include businesses engaged in insurance claims processing, education for higher learning, manufacturing, pottery, and tourism. Other sectors contributing to the economy are involved in retail trade, construction, accommodation and food services, and mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction.
Unemployment rate is slightly lower than the state average at 5.4% of the population. Residents who work in Marshall are engaged in occupations for metal and plastic workers, productions positions, managerial jobs, transportation, electrical equipment maintenance, installation and repair works.
Receiving an IRS notice can be a source of stress and confusion for taxpayers in Marshall, as is the case for those anywhere in the U.S. The IRS only communicates with taxpayers through the U.S. Post Office – it does not contact taxpayers through telephone, email and social media, contrary to recent reports of alleged IRS personnel making phone calls to taxpayers at home.
If the IRS finds an issue with your federal taxes, it will send a letter or notice through the U.S. mail and you are entitled to legal remedies under relevant tax laws.
In Marshall, Texas, tax attorney Scott Scammahorn has an advanced degree in tax litigation and is backed by almost 2 decades of tax litigation experience, helping clients resolve IRS tax problems and gain peace of mind.
We invite you to call us today at 903-595-1000 to speak to an attorney about your IRS notice.
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