Bill Requires California Tax Agency Response to Advice Requests

June 8, 2020, 10:15 PM

California’s tax agencies would be required to acknowledge requests for written advice and respond within 180 days under a bill that passed its first vote with the state Assembly Monday.

A.B. 2528 by Assemblymen Tyler Diep (R) and Mike Gipson (D) now moves to the Senate after winning a 68-0 vote. Current law contains no deadlines or required written responses from the tax agencies that taxpayers can rely on for compliance and certainty, according to the authors.

  • The Franchise Tax Board and Department of Tax and Fee Administration would be required to send letters to taxpayers ...

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