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2018 Guide to Landlord Rights in California

2018 Guide to Landlord Rights in California

Renting out an apartment or commercial property takes more than just handing the keys over to a tenant. The relationship between landlord and tenant requires following state and federal laws strictly. California is a state that protects and upholds the tenant’s...
What is an Offer in Compromise in California?

What is an Offer in Compromise in California?

An offer in compromise (OIC) is a deal between a California taxpayer and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or the Franchise Tax Board (FTB) to pay off a tax debt for less than the full amount. The agreement will not be accepted automatically, as the taxpayer must...
How to Set Up a Payment Plan with the IRS in California

How to Set Up a Payment Plan with the IRS in California

With some exceptions, U.S. citizens must generally file tax returns – and pay taxes. Nevertheless, sometimes through no fault of your own, you may be unable to pay the taxes owed. An unexpected accident, loss of a job, or an illness can place an individual under...
Can You Go to Jail for Bitcoin Tax Evasion in California?

Can You Go to Jail for Bitcoin Tax Evasion in California?

When the government comes across new technologies and ways of doing business, it often doesn’t know how to fit these new things into existing law. With Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, the government is still working to catch up. For now, crypto coins are...
When Can a Tenant Legally Break a Lease in California?

When Can a Tenant Legally Break a Lease in California?

As a landlord, it can be frustrating to balance a budget with an apartment or commercial property that is only partially full, and finding replacement tenants for tenants who break their lease can be a slow process. If you own a commercial property, an apartment...