Today TaxMama® hears from Spidell Publishing Inc. at www.caltax.com with the latest news on the fiscal cliff legislation.
Hold Schedule C returns (02-23-2012) The FTB has changed Schedule CA to reduce the amount of self-employment tax deductible for California purposes. According to the FTB, taxpayers may only deduct 50% of the self-employment tax for California purposes, while they can deduct more than 50% for federal purposes. If the FTB is correct, there will […]
Dear Family, Yesterday IRS officially announced that February 14th is when they will start processing tax returns with itemized deductions and other forms that were affected by the tax law changes on. Although IRS says that most people are unaffected by this late filing, odds are, YOU are not most people. According to Spidell […]
A number of important things happened in California recently. In this flash e-mail from Spidell Publishing Inc, they have listed each item they think you will want to know about. Visit the Hot News and Notes section of www.caltax.com where you’ll find details on all of these items.
Courtesy of Spidell (paraphrased a bit for national coverage) As a result of the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act (PL 111-97), beginning with the 2009 taxable year, states may not tax wage and personal service income of a military spouse if the spouse has the same domicile or residence as the servicemember and: · The […]
Courtesy of Spidell Publishing Inc. www.caltax.com The 2009–10 budget revision does not contain any new taxes, but includes tax accelerations that bring money in earlier, so we will likely revisit the fiscal crisis later. Here are the tax changes contained in ABX4 17 and ABX4 18. Estimated tax payments: Requires individual and corporate estimated tax […]