Board Of Equalization

BOE supports bill to allow more time to pay fire fee

SACRAMENTO — Members of the California State Board of Equalization are supporting a bill requiring sellers of electronic cigarettes (eCigarettes) to register with the BOE provided that Senate Bill 24 is amended to provide funding for expanding the Cigarette and Tobacco Products Licensing program to include these retailers. In addition, board members decided to support […]

BOE hears tax exemption for hydroponic farmers

SACRAMENTO  — The California State Board of Equalization conducted a public hearing and moved forward with regulation amendments clarifying that hydroponic farmers qualify for the sales and use tax exemptions for fertilizer. The simple regulatory changes add carbon dioxide (CO2) to the definition of fertilizer and emphasize that fertilizer does not need to be applied to […]

BOE announces launch of open data portal

SACRAMENTO – Betty T. Yee, Chair of the California State Board of Equalization Customer Service and Administrative Efficiency Committee announced May 1 the launch of the open BOE data portal. The data portal consolidates a range of historical data, such as taxable sales in California and information for other tax and fee programs, some currently available on the BOE website, into one uniform […]

Board of Equalization visiting local businesses

The California State Board of Equalization (BOE) is visiting, starting Jan. 8, the following El Dorado County Zip Codes: Pollock Pines (95726); Camino (95709); Placerville (95667); El Dorado (95623); El Dorado Hills (95762); and Shingle Springs (95682). The Board does not visit residential-based businesses. Retailers received letters notifying them of upcoming visits from Statewide Compliance and […]

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