This week we’re talking about the penalties that can accrue for business that fail to file a return.
This week we’re covering the tax law changes coming out of the 2017-2018 budget.
This week, we’re looking at how loopholes in the statute mean that 20 years can be more than 20 years when it comes to collections.
This week we’re talking about a survey that provides some insight into California’s reaction to the gas tax increase slated for this fall.
This week we’re covering the electronic payment requirement and penalty, plus when to apply for a waiver.
This week we’re discussing the questions surrounding taking on a client in an illegal business – specifically, clients in the marijuana industry.
This week we have information on the release of FTB notices plus how you can find the best time to call the FTB.
This week we’re looking at the importance of filling an extension that makes a good attempt at estimating the tax due, as compared to filing a zero due extension.
This week we’re looking at a new bill proposing a tax that was not well received the first time it was enacted almost 30 years ago.
This week we have some information on why a taxpayer's head of household status might have been denied.
This week we’re talking about two notices the FTB may send to a taxpayer when they suspect identity theft, and the fastest way to handle these notices.
This week, we’re looking at new legislation that makes another attempt at adding sales tax to services.
This week we have a few tips to ease you into the busy season: driver’s licenses, LLCs filing as corporations, renewing MyFTB, and possible withholding issues.
This week, we’re talking about employee business expense audits, and what to expect if your client is being audited.
This week, we’re offering a few general tips in advance of the coming filing season.
This week we have an update on the Swart case, which could affect out-of-state entities whose passive investments open them up to potentially rising to the level of “doing business” in California.