Situated in Collin County in Texas, Plano is one of the best places to live in the Western United States, according to CNN Money magazine. This city is surrounded by nearby cities of Frisco, Allen, Carrollton, Parker, Dallas, Richardson, The Colony, and Murphy. It has a land area of 71.6 square miles and has a sub-humid tropical climate that brings hot and humid summers and mild winters.
The population of Plano in 2012 was estimated at 274,409 residents, 50.4% of whom were females. At that time, the median resident age was 36.7 years and the median household income was at $81,475, significantly higher than the Texas median household income. The average household size had 2.6 people, 70.1% of all its households consisted of families.
The median house value in Plano is above the state average.
Plano is home to many corporate headquarters of big industry players such as:
Major industries generate valuable employment and billions of dollars in economic activity in Plano. Many businesses here are engaged in professional, scientific, and technical services, computer and electronic products, broadcasting and telecommunications, construction, accommodation and food services, administration and support, and waste management services. Around 58,145 workers live and work in Plano.
The common occupations are software developers and programmers, engineers, sales representatives, financial managers, top execution positions, and managerial jobs.
Economic growth such as that in Plano often means increasing incomes which the IRS constantly scrutinizes through IRS tax returns filed yearly.
It is possible for anyone to receive an IRS notice informing them of tax obligations arising from inaccurate returns or failure to file correct tax returns. Ignoring IRS notices can lead to bigger problems such as garnishment and levies.
If you or your business has received an IRS notice, dealing with the IRS directly can be a challenge if you lack knowledge of tax rules and regulations, and taxpayer rights and remedies under the law. Consult an IRS tax attorney immediately to prevent losing hard-earned money and property to penalties, surcharges, and interest charged by the IRS.
In Plano, Texas, attorney Scott Scammahorn has an advanced law degree in taxation and more than 16 years of tax litigation experience. This law firm has helped clients by handling all aspects of tax resolution including IRS tax liens and levies, offers in compromise, payment plans, and innocent spouse relief, representing clients as well before the IRS.
We invite you to call us today at (903) 595-1000 to speak to an attorney about your IRS problem.
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