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.
This week we are covering the latest in scam e-mails that are circulating. Find out how to identify a scam and protect yourself.
This week we are covering the top five reasons why the FTB might reject a POA that’s filed using MyFTB.
This week, we’re comparing the Trump tax plan and the GOP’s “Better Way” plan and how they could affect California tax law.
This week, we’re covering the latest identity theft scam facing tax professionals, and, on the California side, how identity theft affects those using MyFTB.
This week we’re focusing on maintaining current address information with the IRS and FTB.
This week we’re looking at the details of the plastic bag ban that passed in the November 8th election.
This week, we’re talking about the provisions of Prop. 64 and when they go into effect.
This week we have a reminder that it’s time to renew your PTIN for the upcoming 2017 tax season, and there’s a PTIN scam to watch out for.
This week we’re covering how to renew clients within your MyFTB Account and how the 10-day hold factors into the process.
This week we’re talking about the dissolution process for corporations: how to make the election and which forms need to be filed.
This week, we’re taking a break from tax and looking at some of the more interesting bills that were signed into law this year.
This week, we’re talking about the difficulties of proving reasonable cause for penalty abatement: what does and does not constitute reasonable cause, and federal and California differences regarding penalty abatement.
This week, we review extensions, penalties, and how federal and state penalties work together.
This week, we're looking at business asset protection avenues such as insurance and entity selection, and key strategies that should be part of a business asset protection plan.
This is the second of a two-part series on the Ralite case. Last week, we talked about how shareholders and LLC members can escape liability for the debts of their upside-down businesses. This week, we’re going to cover the steps you can take if your client qualifies for Ralite treatment.
This week we have some information to share with you on pending legislation regarding COD conformity and two sales tax exemptions.
This is the first in a two-part series on the Ralite case. This week we cover how shareholders and LLC members may be able to escape liability for the debts of their upside-down businesses. Next week, we’ll cover steps to take if your client qualifies for Ralite treatment.