This week we're talking about the steps to take if a taxpayer qualifies for Ralite treatment.
This week is the first of a two-part series covering the Ralite case, which relieves certain taxpayers of debt liability when they walk away from a business entity.
This week we’re looking at bills that California and two other states are using to get around limitations put in place by the tax reform act.
This week we’re going to be covering penalty abatement and what constitutes reasonable cause.
This week we're covering FTB notices and how to best contact the FTB.
This week we're covering what to do if a direct deposit refund is directed into the wrong bank account, and then we have some tips for communicating with the FTB.
This week we're covering a new bill that's trying to offset one big change made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.
This week we're covering the details of the filing extension provided to taxpayers affected by certain 2017 disasters.
This week we're covering a continuing problem with taxpayers receiving a 1099-G in a year different than the year the refund was actually received.
This week we're covering notices the FTB sends when they need to verify taxpayer information and how you can verify the legitimacy of a notice.
This week we have a reminder about the EDD’s e-pay mandate and how to get a waiver.
This week we have an update to the idea of prepaying 2018 taxes in 2017, which we had discussed in a flash e-mail last week.
This week we're covering virtual currencies, with an update regarding the IRS's attempt to get its hands on bitcoin transaction records.
This week, we have some tax reform strategies that your clients can use before the end of the year, and we also talk about how California law conforms to federal.
This week we're covering the new Schedule X that is replacing Form 540X for amended returns.
This week we have information on the cannabis permits that various businesses need, and the types of tax assessed against cannabis products.
This week we have information on how to get a copy of a fraudulent tax return filed by an identity thief, and how the FTB treats subsequent-year returns.
This week's episode is looking at crowdfunding and the possible sales and use tax questions that can arise from these transactions.
This week we have some information on the California College Access Tax Credit, because there were a few recent changes to this credit for 2017.
This week we have a discussion of the tax reform plan and how it could play out based on the information we currently have.
This week we're covering a few of the more interesting bills that were signed into law this year.
This week, we have some information on provisions of the "Disaster Relief and Airport and Airway Extension Act of 2017" which the President signed on October 2, to provide temporary tax relief for victims of hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.
This week, we have an update to MyFTB and some information on changes to the FTB power of attorney form.
This week we're covering recent tax appeals in which taxpayers who attempt to get out of extra tax and penalties using some pretty far-out arguments.