Biography and Education
Marshall Hunt, C.P.A., Lecturer of Accounting at the University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Business. Marshall has been an adjunct lecturer at University of Michigan-Dearborn since 1986. He has also taught at Wayne State University and Walsh College. Marshall received a master’s of science degree in taxation from Walsh College and a bachelor’s of business administration degree from University of Michigan-Dearborn.
In his full-time position he serves as Director, Tax Policy and Advocacy at Accounting Aid Society in Detroit, Michigan. Accounting Aid Society provides free tax assistance and promotes the economic self-sufficiency of low to middle income families, seniors and others in need. Before joining the staff of Accounting Aid Society he had 34 years of experience in tax administration at the Internal Revenue Service.
Marshall has served on the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council. He is a member of the Michigan Department of Treasury Individual Tax Advisory Group, the Tax Practice and Procedures Committee of the American Institute of CPAs, and the Steering Committee of the Taxpayer Opportunity Network. A Certified Public Accountant, Marshall is active in the Michigan Association of CPAs and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Old Newsboys’ Goodfellow Fund of Detroit.
Awards and Recognition
Marshall has been recognized as Business Information Professional of the Year – Industry & Government, by Beta Alpha Psi Fraternity and received the Board Chair’s Service Award, Michigan Association of CPAs, Community Service Award, University of Michigan-Dearborn, and Outstanding CPA in Government, from the Michigan Association of CPA’s. At IRS he also received Vice-President Gore’s National Performance Review Hammer Award for extraordinary contributions toward reinventing government.
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