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The Hill
What we can learn from the Supreme Court's tie vote on immigration plana majority even while other issues fall undecided due to a tie vote. (Indeed, t
What we can learn from the Supreme Court's tie vote on immigration plan
The Hill / Posted 2 days ago
a majority even while other issues fall undecided due to a tie vote. (Indeed, the court did this earlier this very term in Franchise Tax Board of California v. Hyatt.) But, again, we did not get such an opinion. It is eminently reasonable to... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
California Editorial Roundupfiscal year, about 70 percent of general fund revenue is expected to come from
California Editorial Roundup
The Record Searchlight / Posted 6 days ago
fiscal year, about 70 percent of general fund revenue is expected to come from personal income taxes. And the latest Franchise Tax Board figures show that 48 percent of state income taxes are paid by the top 1 percent. To be a 1 percenter... Read more
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Santa Paula Times
Santa Paula Tax Professional Elected to CSEA Chapter Boardnot pay too much, help you minimize the risk of audit and assist you in resolvi
Santa Paula Tax Professional Elected to CSEA Chapter Board
Santa Paula Times / Posted 7 days ago
not pay too much, help you minimize the risk of audit and assist you in resolving tax controversies with the Internal Revenue Service and Franchise Tax Board.� You can also visit� www.csea.org or call 1-800-TAXPRO-5 to find an Enrolled Agent near y... Read more
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Silicon Valley
State board OKs tax credit for San Jose-based electric car companyand fixtures and hire 84 full-time employees in San Francisco by 2017 at a mini
State board OKs tax credit for San Jose-based electric car company
Silicon Valley / Posted 11 days ago
and fixtures and hire 84 full-time employees in San Francisco by 2017 at a minimum annual salary of $135,000. The state Franchise Tax Board reviews the businesses after the tax credits are approved, but it does not make those records public. In... Read more
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The Mercury News
State board OKs tax credit for San Jose-based electric car companyand fixtures and hire 84 full-time employees in San Francisco by 2017 at a mini
State board OKs tax credit for San Jose-based electric car company
The Mercury News / Posted 11 days ago
and fixtures and hire 84 full-time employees in San Francisco by 2017 at a minimum annual salary of $135,000. The state Franchise Tax Board reviews the businesses after the tax credits are approved, but it does not make those records public. In... Read more
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PhysOrg
Board OKs tax credit for 3rd California electric car companyand fixtures and hire 84 full-time employees in San Francisco by 2017 at a mini
Board OKs tax credit for 3rd California electric car company
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
and fixtures and hire 84 full-time employees in San Francisco by 2017 at a minimum annual salary of $135,000. The state Franchise Tax Board reviews the businesses after the tax credits are approved, but it does not make those records public. In... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
California’s anti-poverty tax credit scaled back in budget pactincome tax credit amount. It also limits earned income to wages, salaries, tips
California’s anti-poverty tax credit scaled back in budget pact
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 14 days ago
income tax credit amount. It also limits earned income to wages, salaries, tips and other employee income. In April, the Franchise Tax Board released a report on the possible ways to expand the earned income tax credit to include self-reported... Read more
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The Maui News
Will they come for you next?involves an inventor named Gilbert P. Hyatt. He lived in California and in the
Will they come for you next?
The Maui News / Posted 27 days ago
involves an inventor named Gilbert P. Hyatt. He lived in California and in the early 1990s moved to Nevada. The California Franchise Tax Board, the agency that enforces the state's income tax, said that Hyatt had lots of unfinished business before... Read more

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