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MyFTB Account for Businesses
After a one-time registration process, you can use MyFTB Account for Businesses to view your client’s estimated income tax payments before filing your client’s return. / more+
Access MyFTB Account for Businesses Webinar
Join us for a Webinar on March 12, 2012 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. / more+
Charitable Contribution Substantiation
The federal Pension Protection Act of 2006 changed what was required of taxpayers to substantiate the charitable contribution deduction on their tax returns. / more+
Interest Rates Decrease in July
The adjusted interest rate has been determined for the period July 1, 2012, through December 31, 2012. / more+
Do You Have a Small Business?
Are you considering starting a small business?
Do you work for someone who owns a small business?
If you answered “yes”... / more+
Tips for Filing/ more+
New Use Tax Lookup Table
Since 1935, California law requires individuals and corporations to pay Use Tax on purchases made from out-of-state sellers. / more+
Ask the Advocate
Responses to Hearing Questions
On December 1, 2011, the Franchise Tax Board held its annual Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights Hearing along with a regularly scheduled Board meeting. / 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+
EDR in the News
See what’s new with our new Enterprise Data to Revenue (EDR) project. / more+
Read about our efforts to bring tax criminals to justice, and to close the tax gap one case at a time. / more+
Take a look at the changes happening here at FTB. / more+
Avoid an Estimate Penalty
As we near the end of the first quarter of the year, it might be a good time to remind your clients about their estimated tax payment requirements to avoid an estimate penalty / more+
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