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Summary of Federal Income Tax Changes 2010
Do you ever wonder how new federal tax laws or changes to existing federal tax laws affect California? / more+
2011 IRS Tax Forums
Join your colleagues for three days of informative education sessions, training, and networking. / more+
Treasury Offset Program in Full Swing
On June 20, 2011, we will fully participate in the Federal Treasury Offset Program. / more+
New: Reduced Withholding for Foreign Partners
Effective January 1, 2011, we began applying Federal Treasury Regulation 1.1446-6 procedures, which allow foreign partners to request reduced or no withholding of California tax on effectively connected taxable income from California sources allocable to a foreign partner. / more+
Free Withholding Forms and Processing Changes Webinars
We designed this webinar for those who must withhold and submit resident, nonresident, and back up withholding on California source income. / more+
We compiled a chart of the common fees we apply and the descriptions for your convenience. / more+
Head of Household Audit Questionnaires Coming in July
The 2010 head of household (HOH) season is just around the corner. / more+
Ask the Advocate
What State Is that Income Sourced to Again?
As the Advocate, taxpayers often bring me issues that cannot be resolved through normal channels. / more+
As part of education and outreach to our tax professional community, we participate in many different presentations and fairs. We provided this calendar to show the events we are attending. / more+
Take a look at the changes happening here at FTB. / more+
Our monthly summary on bringing tax criminals to justice, and closing the tax gap one case at a time. / more+
Offshore Tax Avoidance – What's All the Buzz?
Federal criminal tax prosecution hit a ten-year high in 2010 largely due to a continuing crackdown on offshore tax evasion. IRS data shows a 25 percent increase from 2001 regarding cases referred for prosecution (USA Today, 4/17/2011). / more+
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