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Top Withholding Errors Revised
We recently revised two forms that provide guidance to withholding agents on how to avoid the most common errors that delay document processing and payment allocation. / more+
Don’t Forget to Timely File Withholding Statement
June 15, 2014, is not only the due date for the second quarter 2014 estimated tax payment. / more+
Webinar: Tax Practitioner Hotline - What to Do Before You Call?
Join us as our presenter shares helpful tips to prepare you to call our Tax Practitioner Hotline. / more+
Webinar: Employment Tax Updates
Find out about the latest Employment Tax Updates during this free two-hour webinar. / more+
Interagency Intercept Collection Program
We administer the Interagency Intercept Collection (llC) program on behalf of the State Controller's Office. / more+
June 15 Estimated Payment Fee Due for LLCs
For calendar year Limited Liability Companies (LLCs), June 15 is the date that their 2014 estimated LLC fee is due. For fiscal year LLCs, the estimated fee is due on the 15th day of the sixth month of the current taxable year. / more+
Filing the Correct 1099 for the IRS
As a tax professional, you play a vital role by making sure the proper documents are filed on behalf of your clients. / more+
Ask the Advocate
Installment Agreements: Information Your Client Needs
If your client is unable to pay their full balance due, they may be eligible to make installment payments over time. / more+
As part of education and outreach to our tax professional community, we participate in many different presentations and fairs. / more+
EDR in the News
See what’s new with our new Enterprise Data to Revenue (EDR) project. / more+
Take a look at the changes happening here at FTB. / more+
Read about our efforts to bring tax criminals to justice, and to close the tax gap one case at a time. / more+
How Do I Close my California Business Entity?
Business entities registered with the California Secretary of State (SOS) can dissolve, surrender, or cancel their businesses in California. / more+
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