The Wilson Tax Law Group is a tax firm serving the Newport Beach and Yorba Linda areas. This blog is meant to be both a service to our clients, where we can post IRS, California Franchise Tax Board, FBAR, and Orange County property tax news that may be of interest to them. It will also be a place where we will post on topics that are of interest to us and other tax professionals following hot tax topics of the moment. Sometimes, those areas will intersect, because we handle cutting edge cases including tax audits and tax planning for marijuana dispensaries (sales tax and income tax) and defending taxpayers in criminal investigations of the FBAR penalties. This blog will be constantly evolving, so please give us feedback in the comments section if you think of future topics you would like to read more about.
For more information on our firm, read about our Newport Beach and Yorba Linda area tax attorney at wilsontaxlaw.com.
The Newport Beach Tax Attorney blog is dedicated to tax issues serving Orange County and Southern California. Posts cover recent news and tax cases including offshore disclosures, tax litigation, IRS, and marijuana tax issues. For more on the Orange County Tax Attorney Joseph P. Wilson, visit www.wilsontaxlaw.com or 949.397.2292
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