California Income Tax Laws and Regulations Annotated 2007

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Toolkit Media Group, Mar 15, 2007 - Business & Economics - 1680 pages
This exclusive tax reference is a great resource for anyone working with California income taxation issues. It is also a perfect companion to CCH's Guidebook to California Taxes, California Tax Analysis--Corporation Tax, and California Income Tax Manual. This comprehensive volume provides full text of the California personal and corporate income (franchise) tax law and Franchise Tax Board regulations as amended through January 1, 2007.California Income Tax Laws and Regulations Annotated presents the following divisions of the Revenue and Taxation Code in the order in which they appear in the California Code: - Personal Income Tax - Administration of Franchise and Income Tax - Senior Citizens Property Tax Assistance and Postponement Law - Taxpayers' Bill of Rights - Corporation Tax - Multistate Tax Compact Each Code section is annotated with significant rulings, court decisions, and decisions of the State Board of Equalization, organized according to pertinent sections of the law. Detailed indexes precede the Personal Income Tax, Administration of Franchise and Income Tax Laws, and the Corporation Tax provisions. In addition, Federal-California and California-Federal cross reference tables make research thorough and easy.Since frequent changes are made in the California tax laws, each edition of this bound reference provides an important source for the tax law of prior years. This is a one-of-a-kind volume that every professional dealing with California income tax issues should have!

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