CALIFORNIA – Supes Draft Cannabis Tax Rates

Cannabis’ role in filling public coffers became clearer at Tuesday’s El Dorado County Board of Supervisors meeting with the board voting to approve cannabis tax rates for the unincorporated areas of the county. All together the board decided to tax Continue reading CALIFORNIA – Supes Draft Cannabis Tax Rates

California – Basic Sales and Use Tax and Tax Return Workshop – Nevada City

The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration is conducting a seminar that will take place in Nevada City, CA. See below for details: Location: Nevada County Madelyn Helling Library Gene Albaugh Community Room 980 Helling Way Nevada City, CA 95959 (916) 704-6533 Language: Continue reading California – Basic Sales and Use Tax and Tax Return Workshop – Nevada City

California – Have You Paid Too Much for Sales Tax? Orange County Man With Eagle Eye Catches Blunder

How many of us think to check the sales tax businesses charge us? One Orange County man does, and thanks to him, it’s saving others some money. David Ho recently rented a car for a day from Avis at John Wayne Airport. When Continue reading California – Have You Paid Too Much for Sales Tax? Orange County Man With Eagle Eye Catches Blunder

CALIFORNIA – San Francisco Soda Tax Money Used For More Drinking Water Stations At Schools, Parks

More stations for providing tap water will be installed throughout San Francisco parks and schools in an effort to deter children from drinking soda and other sugary drinks. Mayor London Breed announced Monday she has set aside $805,000 in funding Continue reading CALIFORNIA – San Francisco Soda Tax Money Used For More Drinking Water Stations At Schools, Parks

California – State Enacts Sales Tax Legislation Aimed at Remote Sellers and Marketplace Facilitators

In June 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned 27 years of legal precedent holding that no state could require an out-of-state retailer to collect sales or use taxes from purchasers absent the retailer having a physical presence in that state. Continue reading California – State Enacts Sales Tax Legislation Aimed at Remote Sellers and Marketplace Facilitators

California – NEWS RELEASE: More Than $20.4 Billion a Year in Higher Taxes and Fees Introduced by State Lawmakers

For Immediate Release, August 14, 2019Contact: David Kline (916) 930-3108 or davidk@caltax.org More Than $20.4 Billion a Year in Higher Taxes and Fees Introduced by State LawmakersTotal Could Nearly Double if “Spot Bill” Is Amended to Impose Tax on Services SACRAMENTO Continue reading California – NEWS RELEASE: More Than $20.4 Billion a Year in Higher Taxes and Fees Introduced by State Lawmakers

California : SMART Board Laying Groundwork For Sales-Tax Renewal Amid Looming Financial Crisis

SMART officials are beginning to craft the talking points for a campaign to persuade voters that they should extend the agency’s tax funding another two or three decades, allowing it to more readily refinance its mounting debt costs. Aug. 11–The Continue reading California : SMART Board Laying Groundwork For Sales-Tax Renewal Amid Looming Financial Crisis

CALIFORNIA – Monthly Educational Opportunities Sacramento

A Basic Sales And Use Tax Training course will be held at the CDTFA Sacramento office on the 14th of August, 2019. In order to attend you must register on the CDTFA website. REGISTER HERE: Seminar registration CDTFA.GOV

California – New Operative Date of April 25, 2019, for District Use Tax Collection Requirement Based on $500,000 Sales Threshold

The California Legislature recently passed Senate Bill (SB) 92 (Stats. 2019, ch. 34), which changes the operative date of the new district use tax collection requirement based on a $500,000 sales threshold from April 1, 2019 to April 25, 2019. Continue reading California – New Operative Date of April 25, 2019, for District Use Tax Collection Requirement Based on $500,000 Sales Threshold

California – CDTFA Announces New Taxpayers’ Rights Advocate

News ReleaseFor Immediate ReleaseJune 25, 2019 Sacramento – The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) announced the selection of Mr. William Hain as the Department’s new Taxpayers’ Rights Advocate and Small Business Liaison. The CDTFA’s Taxpayers’ Rights Advocate Office assists taxpayers Continue reading California – CDTFA Announces New Taxpayers’ Rights Advocate