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.
This week, we're covering how you generally claim the Other State Tax Credit.
This week we have some information on the partnership extended filing date following the passage of AB 119.
This week we have some information on one of the biggest and longest-running tax cases in California – the Hyatt residency case.
This week, we’re looking at community property rules and how they vary by state.
This week, we're talking about an alternative to the head of household filing status for taxpayers who don't meet the requirements.
This week, we’re talking about some things to keep in mind if you’re planning on hitting the airport duty-free shops.
This week we're talking about steps you can take if a taxpayer forgot to file Form 3840.
Today we're covering a bill that recently passed that affects the California Earned Income Tax Credit.
This week we're covering a few changes that the FTB has made to the MyFTB system to improve usability and security.
This week we’re talking about the election to waive the carryback period for a net operating loss.
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.