Compassionate Orange County FTB Audit Attorney Ready To Help You
Much like the IRS, California has another department, the Franchise Tax Board, that also conduct audits to determine the state income tax that a business or individual must pay. These audits are more narrow in scope. For example, a common and recent one is a “residency” audit. As the name suggests, this audit determines the residency, which is an important factor that in turn determine the state income tax that must be paid. The way the residency is calculated is very tedious and confusing. If the FTB is auditing you or your business, consult with an experienced Orange County FTB Audit lawyer today!
As with the IRS, the FTB has a thorough appeals process. It’s important to contact Allison Soares as soon as you receive your FTB determination so you do not miss any of your appeal rights.
While the IRS can go back as far as 10 years to collect money owed, the state of California has a different rule – they can go back as far as 20 years. This reinforces why you need a strong and knowledgeable Orange County FTB Audit attorney to represent you. The tax authorities in the state of California can be very aggressive when it comes to collecting owed money and the process is confusing for many. To avoid their harsh collection strategies, it is important to hire an experienced law firm. Call Allison Soares today and find out how what is best for your situation.
FTB State Voluntary Disclosure Programs
This is a special program that wants to ensure all entities, shareholders, members, beneficiaries, and partners who qualify, limit their exposure by disclosing their liability. This stems from an unpaid California tax liability or an unfulfilled filing requirement. Always consult a professional tax lawyer to check avenues that can lead to a positive outcome. CALL our attorney today.