The U.S. Supreme Court announced June 30 that it has granted the FTB’s request to review Franchise Tax Board v. Gilbert Hyatt, in which a Nevada jury found that the FTB committed fraud against inventor Gilbert Hyatt and intentionally inflicted emotional distress upon him.
by Robert Gutierrez, Director - California Tax Foundation
Local governments are poised to receive major increases in property tax revenue this year, according to reports from assessors in counties throughout the state.
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