California Franchise Tax Board Collections

If you live or work in California, you may be taxed by two separate taxing entities: the IRS and California’s Franchise Tax Board (FTB). Because they are separate, they each enforce different tax laws. Tax problems normally begin during an assessment of a California state tax by the FTB, also known as the California Board of Equalization. During the California Franchise Tax Board collections process, possible actions that can be taken include asset seizure to satisfy the debt by the State of California, Garnishment placement on wages to ensure payments, Loss of state-issued license (contractor’s license, driver’s license, license to practice law & medical license), Frozen bank account.  Clearly, the FTB means business and will go to extremes if you don’t pay your tax bill. While these collection agencies are very powerful, there are many California tax relief options that may be available to you to resolve your FTB tax debt. It’s important to talk about your options with one of our attorneys so we can resolve your tax debt together.  Don’t dispute your case alone–we will make sure you get the best possible outcome. Stop procrastinating and get California tax relief from an experienced Tax Relief Attorney at Montgomery & Wetenkamp Attorneys today!

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