CCH's California Income Tax Manual is a comprehensive, single-source guide to income taxes for individuals, businesses, and estates and trusts in California. It provides clear, straightforward guidance on complex issues and provides numerous examples, tips and suggestions to illustrate how to apply the California income tax law to taxpayer situations. The author, Kathleen Wright, is a well-known California practitioner, CPE presenter and Professor at California State University at Fullerton. This annually-published resource is thoroughly tested and modified by classroom, CPE and consulting use feedback. The book describes and reflects new income tax developments, with an in-depth focus on the problem of conformity. California Income Tax Manual is presented in easy-to-read and easy-to-understand language and it focuses on the practical implications of the topics and concepts discussed, making it a great tool for reference, review and staff training on California income taxation. Important state tax issues, such as nexus, allocation and apportionment, and unitary group reporting (including combined reporting) all get substantial treatment in the book and special consideration is given to California rules that differ from federal rules throughout this extensive manual.
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Well known in California tax practice circles, Kathleen Wright is a CPA and lawyer, serving as a professor in the Graduate Tax program at California State University/Fullerton. She has a private tax practice in the San Francisco area focusing on personal and small business tax planning, dealing primarily with California State income tax issues. Ms. Wright also has extensive experience in taxation of multinational corporations and tax issues of corporations involved in the high-tech and banking industries. She has more than 15 years of experience in public accounting and with Citicorp in New York, and continues to provide consulting services to the banking industry. She also lectures frequently on various tax issues for the Foundation for Continuing Education of the California Society of CPAs, and she serves on the Executive Advisory Board of the California Franchise Tax Board. Ms. Wright is a prolific author, having written or contributed to numerous books and articles. She earned her LL.M. in taxation at Golden Gate University Law School, her J.D. from Fordham Law School, her M.B.A. in taxation from New York University, and her B.S. from Florida State University.
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