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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 You Begin Filing Taxes in 2018 in California?

When Can You Begin Filing Taxes in 2018 in California?

2018 is practically upon us, and even though the deadline to file your tax returns for the 2017 tax year isn’t until Tuesday, April 17, you may be anxious to get your taxes done and get your tax refund. The IRS has not announced the first day it will accept tax...
Tax Tips for Small Business Owners in California

Tax Tips for Small Business Owners in California

Owning and operating a small business is a demanding task. Not only are you expected to understand payroll, staffing, operating costs, and business strategy, but every Spring you also need to understand your company’s tax situation. Filing business taxes and...
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...
Should I Be an Independent Contractor or an Employee on my Taxes?

Should I Be an Independent Contractor or an Employee on my Taxes?

When you take a job, especially a job as a household employee, it may not be clear whether you are an “employee” or an “independent contractor.” An employee usually has taxes withheld by their employer, receives a regular paycheck, and gets a...