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  • Raise the minimum wage? No, subsidize wages instead.

     Raise the minimum wage? No, subsidize wages instead.
    Livable wages and less income disparity are noble objectives that resonate with many people. President Obama has proposed that Congress raise the minimum wage as a way to meet those objectives. But there's a better way to improve wages, assist low-...
  • Bill to expand California's film tax credit is introduced in Assembly

    Bill to expand California's film tax credit is introduced in Assembly
    California state lawmakers have introduced a new bill that would expand and improve California's film and TV tax credit program. The Assembly bill is intended to redress shortcomings in the state incentive program first introduced in 2009 under former...
  • IRS lacks authority to regulate tax preparers, court says

    IRS lacks authority to regulate tax preparers, court says
    The Internal Revenue Service lacks the authority to regulate paid tax preparers, a federal appeals panel said, upholding a lower-court ruling that throws out licensing rules for as many as 700,000 practitioners. The IRS issued new rules in 2011 to...
  • A payroll company leaves its clients in the lurch

    A payroll company leaves its clients in the lurch
    They were chefs and chiropractors, haircutters and hoteliers, some 150 small-business owners across Southern California. All had entrusted LA Payroll, a privately held company with a single office, to deal with financial necessities that can be a...
  • Michael Jackson estate embroiled in tax fight with IRS

    Michael Jackson estate embroiled in tax fight with IRS
    The spectacle that was Michael Jackson's life shows no signs of abating with his death. There was the conviction of the doctor who gave him the fatal overdose of a powerful anesthetic, battles over his will, attempts to remove the executors of his...
  • Valentine’s Day gift guide: ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Sherlock,’ comics and more

     
    Do you and your Valentine put Clark Kent and Lois Lane to shame? Or is your greatest love a platonic […]...
  • IRS officially kicks off tax season, now accepting returns

    IRS officially kicks off tax season, now accepting returns
    Tax season, that time of year that spurs Americans to gnash their teeth and root out reams of old documents, officially kicked off Friday. The Internal Revenue Service started accepting and processing paper and online returns, as well as preparing...
  • Moss Adams launches exchange for film tax credits

    Moss Adams launches exchange for film tax credits
    Moss Adams, one of the nation's largest accounting firms, has launched an online exchange for trading film and other tax credits. Called the Moss Adams Tax Credit Exchange, the marketplace allows film producers and other companies with tax credits to...
  • Lack of leadership a big obstacle in updating Prop. 13

    Lack of leadership a big obstacle in updating Prop. 13
    SACRAMENTO — Are California voters ready yet to change Proposition 13 so that all corporations pay their fair share of property taxes? A new nonpartisan poll indicates they might be. But a better, more relevant question is whether any state...
  • State of the Union: What Obama can and can't do by executive order

    State of the Union: What Obama can and can't do by executive order
    In his State of the Union address, President Obama unveiled policies he can implement by executive order, as well as several needing congressional approval. Among them: Executive actions: • Create a retirement savings program for lower-income...
  • Tom Sherak's passing is a loss to L.A.'s film industry

    Tom Sherak's passing is a loss to L.A.'s film industry
    The death of Tom Sherak, the respected Hollywood executive and recently appointed film czar for Los Angeles, is a blow to the city's film industry. Sherak, the former president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, died Tuesday at his home...