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Delays for Tax Season

For various reasons (summarized below) we anticipate many passthrough entities with California filing requirements will experience delays in completing their 2021 tax returns and as a result an increasing number of entities will need to file extensions. LEARN MORE

California AB 87 (SB 113) Retroactively Makes Taxpayer Friendly Changes to SALT Cap Workaround

On Monday February 7, 2022 California passed Assembly Bill 87 (SB 113), which retroactively makes a number of changes to the passthrough entity tax. LEARN MORE

IRS Letters Regarding Stimulus Checks

The IRS announced it will be sending out letters starting in late January 2022 to individuals who received the third Economic Impact Payments (OVID Stimulus Checks that were paid back in March 2021). LEARN MORE

2021 Q4 Estimate Reminder

As a reminder to those who are required to remit estimated tax payments, the fourth installment of your 2021 individual estimated taxes is due January 18, 2022. LEARN MORE

Form 1099 Annual Update

Federal and California Updates for Forms 1099. LEARN MORE

2022 Annual Payroll, Pension And Other Tax Information Update

Federal and California Updates for 2022. LEARN MORE

Health Insurance Reminder For Greater Than 2% Shareholders

All S Corporations are REQUIRED to include health insurance premium costs as additional wages on box 1 of each greater than 2-percent shareholder employee’s W-2. LEARN MORE

Property Tax Reminder

As a reminder for those of you that own real property in San Diego County, the first installment of property taxes for the 2021/2022 tax year is due by December 10, 2021. LEARN MORE

CA FTB Error Results In Individual Taxpayers Receiving Notices

Many Individual taxpayers have recently received tax notices from the California Franchise Tax Board for the 2020 tax year, which adjusts the tax payments claimed on the 2020 tax returns. LEARN MORE

House Passes Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

On Friday November 5, 2021, the House passed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which is currently awaiting President Biden’s signature. LEARN MORE

GPW New Domain

As of November 5, 2021, GPW has changed it’s domain from .com to .cpa LEARN MORE

California AB 150 Provides SALT Cap Workaround

On Friday July 16, 2021 California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 150. This bill contains a mixture of tax relief measures, which includes a SALT Cap workaround. LEARN MORE

Temporary Expansion of the Child Tax Credit, Advance Payments and how to Enroll or Unenroll

In March of 2021, the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 provided a temporary expansion of the child tax credit for tax year 2021. LEARN MORE

CA PPP Conformity General Assembly Bill No. 80

On April 29, 2021, the California Governor signed AB 80, which partially conforms to the Federal treatment of the deductibility of expenses paid for with forgiven PPP loan proceeds. LEARN MORE

Tax Season Extended Deadline for Individuals

On March 17, 2021, the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service announced that the federal income tax filing due date for individuals for tax year 2020 will automatically be extended from April 15, 2021, to May 17, 2021. LEARN MORE

Tax Season Update From GPW

On January 15, 2021, the IRS announced that it will not be ready to start accepting and processing 2020 tax returns for individuals until February 12, 2021. LEARN MORE

FTB Error Results In Individual Taxpayers Receiving Notices

Many Individual taxpayers have recently received tax notices for the 2019 tax year, which adjusts the tax payments claimed on the 2019 tax returns. LEARN MORE

Delayed Start To The 2021 Tax Filing Season

On January 15, 2021, the IRS announced that it won’t be ready to start accepting and processing 2020 tax returns for individuals until February 12, 2021. This is later than in previous years, when the IRS is usually ready to accept and process returns by mid to late January. LEARN MORE

Form 1099 Annual Update

Taxpayers who operate a business must issue annual 1099-NEC’s, Non-employee Compensation (NEC) to any non-corporate service provider that the taxpayer’s business pays $600 or more in a calendar year. LEARN MORE