California Franchise Tax Board The Eagles famously sang in their hit Hotel California, “You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave.” The Eagles never gave an explanation as to what the cryptic lyrics of Hotel California truly meant. Fans gave various theories ranging from the song being about the excesses
As the most populated state in the country, California exceeds many other states across a number of quantifiable records and taxes are no exception. The Golden State not only has the highest tax rates in the country, but also has some of the highest rates of tax delinquency. Being that the largest delinquent tax accounts
Every year the IRS and Franchise Tax Board send out thousands of questionnaires to taxpayers for clarification on their tax filing statuses. We regularly work with clients at our tax law offices in San Diego, Orange County and Los Angeles to help them choose the correct filing status from head of household tax mistakes. Head
The California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) collects personal income taxes and corporate taxes due to the state. When you pay your state taxes, you pay them through the FTB as a franchise tax board payment. One of the most common questions we get from our clients in cities like Newport Beach, Irvine and Santa Ana
California FTB The California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) collects personal income taxes and corporate taxes due to the state. When you pay your state taxes, you pay them through the California FTB. One of the most common questions we get from our clients in cities like Newport Beach, Irvine and Santa Ana has to do
At the RJS LAW tax offices located in Orange County and San Diego, we not only deal with civil tax issues, we help clients who face criminal tax audits and possible jail terms. CriminalTax Audits and charges are becoming more common as the California State Board of Equalization cracks down on and investigates tax evasion.
A person’s “residence” under California law is the key to understanding their state income tax liability. For this reason, the California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) conducts residency audits that will determine a person’s residency called a California Residency Audit. Outcomes of a California Residency Audit Generally, three outcomes are possible; a taxpayer may be found
A taxpayer may be subject to tax liability before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), or the state agencies such as the Employment Development Department (EDD), State Board of Equalization (SBOE), and Franchise Tax Board (FTB). The IRS is the federal government agency responsible for tax collections and tax law enforcements. The EDD is part of