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When to Hire a Tax Attorney in California

When to Hire a Tax Attorney in California

You may think everything in your finances is under control. However, this may not always be the case, especially when you are behind on your taxes and have the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) breathing down your neck. The bottom line is nobody wants to deal with the...
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...
Guide to Filing Sales Tax Returns for Businesses in California

Guide to Filing Sales Tax Returns for Businesses in California

Forty-five states in the U.S. currently charge a sales tax, including California. However, there are still some facets of California’s sales tax program that could be explained for retailers. If you are having trouble filing your sales tax returns in California,...
Tax Tips for Employee Payroll in California

Tax Tips for Employee Payroll in California

Owning and operating a business is both rewarding and time-consuming. This especially rings true when hiring and managing employees. In California, every employee comes with tax obligations. Knowing how to appropriately handle these obligations is an essential piece...