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taxes

    State Announces New Tax Rule Meant To Help Food Truck Vendors

    California tax officials are looking to streamline the lunchtime rush for food-truck feasts with a new rule July 1. “As the food-truck industry continues to motor its way into the mainstream, the California State Board of Equalization is serving up an amended regulation that’ll make it that much easier for Californians to enjoy the culinary creations being borne out of this ever-growing industry,” according to BOE officials in a news release. The new rule really is meant to streamline things for vendors, but customers might find things easier, an official said.

    County Board To Vote On Sulphur Springs Bond, Receive ACA Report

    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will vote Tuesday on whether to authorize taxes that will pay for a bond passed by the Sulphur Springs School District in 2012. They are also scheduled to hear a report on the Affordable Care Act.

    George Runner Plans Tax Talk In Valencia

    George Runner, a member of the State Board of Equalization, will be speaking at Magaritas Mexican Grill in Valencia at 6 p.m., June 6. The Topic: Can Calif. Tax itself into prosperity?

    Editorial: Can’t Pay Your Taxes, Now What? By Michael Green

    By Michael Green, of Michael L. Green Tax and Financial
    Some of you are experiencing a certain amount of joy and accomplishment because April 15 
    is just around the corner and you have either filed your tax return or about to file your tax return and able to meet the April 15 tax deadline.


     

    Assemblyman Scott Wilk Pens Legislation To Freeze Tuition

    Local Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, has co-authored a bill proposing to freeze tuition for all students in public colleges and universities.

    If passed, Assembly Bill 67 would last seven years, in conjunction with how long Californians will be taxed because of Proposition 30.

    “It’s only fair to the taxpayers, and is a way to hold Sacramento accountable,” Wilk said.