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California Franchise Tax Board - Withholding money due, that was wrongfully taken

Posted: 2015-03-26 by    Cindrellie
Complaint Rating:  0 % with 0 votes
In Apr. 2013, The Ca. Franchise Tax Board put a lien on my husbands bank acct. They ended up deducting a total of $6, 800.00+ from his acct. When he called to find out what he had to do to get the funds returned, he was told he just needed to file his taxes. Well, this is easier said than done. My husband is a self-employed carpenter. After the economic crash, work wasn't as plentiful. His taxes are complicated, time consuming and costly to do. The funds that the tax board took, weren't technically his. They were for supplies for a job he was to complete. Needless to say, it was quite...
Complaint comments Comments Complaint country United States Complaint category Tax Services

California Franchise Tax Board - California - Tax credit unfair practice for First time home owner

Posted: 2011-01-22 by    lichtran
Complaint Rating:  7 % with 30 votes
I would like to file a complaint for your record about Tax credit unfair practice for First time home owner.
On March 26, 2010, AB 183 was passed by the legislature on March 22 and gives the Franchise Tax Board authority to extend a total of $200 million in tax credits to California homebuyers; The credit will be extended from May 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010. The tax credit will be available to buyers on a first-come, first-served basis and is applied in equal amounts over a period of three taxable years.
Yet the AB does not say a limit 14 days after the...
Complaint comments Comments Complaint country United States, California Complaint category Government & Police


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