Office of Tax Appeals
The saga related to the recently pulled proposed amendments to the California Office of Tax Appeals (“OTA”) regulations seeking to limit the agency’s jurisdiction to decide appeals involving questions related to the validity of other California regulations continues. On June 29,Read More
The California Office of Tax Appeals (“OTA”) held an interested parties meeting (“IPM”) yesterday morning to discuss the voluminous and substantial proposed amendments to the OTA’s current Rules for Tax Appeals.
As mentioned in our prior update, the OTA’s new proposed revisions to the Rules for Tax Appeals contain several changes detrimental to California taxpayers and infringe upon the principle of fundamental fairness necessary to adjudicate tax appeals.Read More
If your company has been paying use tax liability in California based on the fair rental value on out-of-state leases of tanks and other containers, a recent Office of Tax Appeals opinion could offer an opportunity for some tax relief.Read More
Are you one of the many Californians thinking about moving out of California to escape the high tax burdens of our state? With the rise of remote work and the plethora of opportunities across the country, recently released California Department of Finance figures provide an estimate that California’s population declined by more than 352,000 between April 1,Read More
On Monday, November 5, 2018, the Office of Tax Appeals (OTA) denied the California Department of Tax & Fee Administration (CDTFA) request for rehearing in the case of Claimant First American Title Insurance Company, a client of the State &Read More