In November, San Francisco voters will decide whether to replace the tax on payrolls with one of two alternatives, explain Michael Wiesner and Chris McDonald of the Royse Law Firm.
Newest voluntary disclosure program helps taxpayers avoid criminal prosuecution, but may land them in trouble with the state, explains G. Michelle Ferreira of Greenberg Traurig.
While a relief to purchasers, a recent court of appeal decision could burden retailers with the refund process, explain Baker & McKenzie attorneys.
Ninth Circuit finds that for a tax deduction, consideration must be evaluated under federal tax law, not state contract law, explains Kimberly Stanley of Golden Gate University School of Law.
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