California Tax

California tax authorities are becoming increasingly aggressive in their collection tactics. To avoid consequences such as tax liens, levies and garnishments, it’s important to contact an experienced tax attorney as soon as you learn you have a problem.

Allen Barron, Inc. and Janathan L. Allen, APC provide holistic tax, accounting and financial advisory services for individuals and businesses. With offices in San Diego and San Francisco, we represent clients throughout California. If you have a dispute with a California tax authority call 866-631-3470 to arrange a free and confidential initial consultation.

More Aggressive Than The IRS?

The state of California is known to collect on notices dating back 20 years, while the IRS acts on only the past seven years of debt. If you are a taxpayer experiencing difficulties, this creates the need for a strong advocate representing your position.

In California, state taxes take several forms. The Franchise Tax Board (FTB) is responsible for
collecting state income taxes. The State Board of Equalization (BOE) handles sales and use tax, fuel tax and other excise tax programs. The Employment Development Department (EDD) collects payroll taxes.

The sooner you contact us concerning a California state tax dispute, the more options you will have in resolving it. Our lawyers can:

  • Analyze the tax claim and help you understand your options for responding to it
  • Help you take action to stop liens and levies on your property and accounts
  • Solve IRS tax controversies when they take precedence over state matters
  • Prepare and file missing tax returns

There are many businesses that promise tax help with California and IRS tax debts. Learn why you should hire a tax lawyer.

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Tax problems only get worse when you don’t deal with them. For a free consultation about your options, complete our simple contact form.

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