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California Tax Information Center - Special Circumstances
We know there are special, sometimes difficult, circumstances that you may be dealing with. We have gathered information and resources that may be helpful for you and your business. If you don't find the information you need, check our Contact Us page for a telephone number or the location of a local tax agency...
Reporting Your Taxes - California Tax Service Center
Reporting Your Taxes
If you are going to be in business, you'll want to know what types of business taxes may apply, including:
State and Federal Income Tax
This is a tax on you and/or your business's net income. If your business entity is a sole proprietorship, or you have a net profit reported on your individual income tax return from a partnership or S ...
Extension Of Time To File For Businesses - California
Employment Development Department
For good cause,* EDD may extend for up to 60 days the time for filing a payroll tax report or paying any payroll taxes without penalty. If you cannot file your report or pay your taxes on time and good cause exists, contact EDD to request an extension. The request should be made in writing to:
California Tax Information Center - Estimated and ...
Estimated Taxes for California (Franchise Tax Board)
Estimated tax is the income tax you expect to owe for the current tax year after subtracting the tax you expect to have withheld and any credits you plan to take. Use the Estimated Tax Worksheet (Form 540-ES) to determine if you owe estimated tax and to figure the required installment amount. Generally, the required installment...
Limited Liability Companies - California
What is a Limited Liability Company?
A limited liability company (LLC) combines traditional corporate and partnership characteristics. Members of a limited liability company are given the same advantage of limited liability as shareholders of a corporation, while generally being taxable at the member level, like a partner in a partnership.
Limited Liability Companies Treated as Corporations
C Corporations - California Tax Service Center - Homepage
Filing Requirements and Related Questions
Q. What is the tax rate for C corporations?
A. The annual tax for C corporations is the greater of 8.84% of the corporation's net income or $800. Note: As of January 1, 2000, newly incorporated or qualified corporations are exempt from the annual minimum franchise tax for their first year of business (see below.)
Prepayment Upon Incorporation
Payroll Tax - California Tax Service Center - Homepage
February 15, 2019 -Quarterly payroll tax payments, and contributions return and report of wages due.
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Payroll Tax - California Tax Service Center
February 15, 2018 - Monthly state and federal payroll deposits due.
March 15, 2018 - Quarterly payroll tax payments,...