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Knowledge Base Entry: California’s Proposition 13 – The People’s Initiative to Limit Property Taxation

A tax revolt in the 1970’s culminated in the passage by the voters of Proposition 13 in 1978. It was titled the People’s Initiative to Limit Property Taxation, also known...

Knowledge Base Entry: New Tax Structure – San Jose Rental Housing operators

On November 8, 2016, San Jose voters overwhelmingly approved Measure G, a ballot measure that was an attempt to “modernize” the business license tax, as the rates had gone unchanged...

Knowledge Base Entry: Use Taxes – I am a small management company, I do not earn $100,000, but some of my owners do – who files the form?

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Knowledge Base Entry: Use Taxes – If I made only one out-of-state purchase, would the use tax apply? Would I need to file a return even if no tax applies?

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Knowledge Base Entry: Use Taxes – If we don’t purchase from out of state, do we still need to register every single entity that we manage?

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Knowledge Base Entry: Use Taxes – Please consult your accountant or a tax attorney.

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Knowledge Base Entry: Use Taxes – What if I as a management company write a trust account check for the owner without “reimbursement”, now what?

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Knowledge Base Entry: Withholding Guidelines – Out-of-state owners and operators – Please consult your accountant or a tax attorney.

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Knowledge Base Entry: Withholding Guidelines: In-State and Out-of-State Owners

California property management companies must withhold a portion of rent collected from California properties that are owned by their clients who reside outside of the state. This rule applies only...