California Legislature seeks to pass Assembly Bill 102 (A.B. 102) as part of the state’s budget. A.B. 102 is a significant overhaul of the system for administering California taxes and a significant reduction in responsibilities of the Board of Equalization (BOE).
If enacted, A.B. 102 would establish two new agencies – the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration and the Office of Tax Appeals.
According to Marty Dakessian, “The Board of Equalization remains . . . the only stop in our entire tax controversy and litigation process that we have in California where elected officials are held to account.”
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