California Democrats Seek Lower Threshold To Raise Local TaxesCalifornia voters could decide next year whether it should be easier for their local governments to raise taxes and issue bonds for public projects.
Owners Of San Jose Sushi Boat Restaurants Plead Guilty To Tax FraudThe owners of several Bay Area sushi boat restaurants have pleaded guilty to tax crimes.
Flood-Damaged Property Owners In Sonoma Co. May Get Property Tax ReliefThe Sonoma County Assessor’s Office is advising owners of business property, structures and land that sustained more than $10,000 damage in last week’s storm and flooding to file a Calamity Damage Reassessment Form.
California Marijuana Tax Cuts Eyed As Revenues Fall Far ShortCalifornia lawmakers are looking to reduce state marijuana taxes in an effort to get more producers and consumers to leave the black market.
San Francisco Public School Advocates Rally For $60M From Tax WindfallHundreds of San Francisco students and teachers, as well as their supporters, held a lively rally Tuesday afternoon outside of City Hall, as they sought to secure $60 million for their public schools.
Lawmakers Seek Tax Cuts For Sluggish California Legal Pot IndustryA Bay Area member of the Assembly is among a group of Democratic state lawmakers seeking major tax cuts for the marijuana industry to jump-start's California's sluggish legal marketplace.
Tesla's Tax Credit Is Getting Sliced In Half At The Worst Possible TimeElectric car buyers interested in vehicles from Bay Area-based Tesla motors can say goodbye to a $7,500 tax credit in the new year.
San Francisco May Use Part Of $415M Tax Windfall To Address Housing CrisisSan Francisco’s controller has announced that the city will recognize a $415 million windfall thanks to excess property tax revenue.
First Of 3 Bay Bridge Toll Hikes Effective In JanuaryThe first of three price hikes for Bay Area toll plazas is effective January 1. Drivers can expect to pay as much as $7 during peak hours. By 2022, they'll pay $8, and by 2025, it will cost drivers up to $9 to cross.
California Voters Reject Measure To Expand Property Tax BreakCalifornia voters have rejected a ballot measure to expand a property tax break for older homeowners who move, sparing schools and local governments a major revenue loss.
Salesforce CEO Gives $2 Mil. Supporting Prop CSalesforce CEO Marc Benioff was in Chinatown on Sunday campaigning for Proposition C, the controversial plan to curb the city's homeless crisis with tech money.