State lawmakers in Sacramento are set to consider a tax increase on gas and hybrid vehicles.
If you used a phone in the city of Los Angeles between October of 2005 and March of 2008, you might have some cash coming to you.
The Anaheim City Council is set to hold a public hearing on a request for the city to ban a gate tax on two local Disney theme parks in exchange for a proposed $1 billion expansion of the resort.
Records show 846 medical professionals nationwide owe more than $105 million to the government for their student loans. Forty-three percent of those, about 362 medical professionals, are in California.
With a growing $3 billion surplus, Democrats who control the Legislature will jockey to increase funding for child care, higher education and other social programs.
Supporters of retrofitting certain properties in Los Angeles to make them less vulnerable to earthquakes have long struggled with a way to fund such a massive effort.
State officials have stripped Blue Shield of California of its tax-exempt status, an exemption the nonprofit health insurer has held since its founding in 1939.
If you haven’t already begun, now’s the time to prepare for filing your 2014 tax returns.
The measures include a five-year extension on a waiver of fees charged for filming at city-owned or controlled properties, like City Hall, libraries, airports and police department facilities.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced a $330 million deal to boost funding for California film and television tax credit program over the next five years.
Malibu City Council members discussed tightening enforcement on an occupancy tax similar to those required of hotels – something Mayor Skylar Peak calls a matter of fairness – at Monday night’s meeting.
Southland truck drivers and local business leaders Thursday staged a protest over what they say is a hidden gas tax under California’s “cap and trade” program.
The California Legislature is looking at a voluntary program that would tax motorists for every mile they drive.
Taxpayers in Southern California and throughout the state, rejoice: the income you’ve earned since Jan. 1 is enough to pay your federal, state and local taxes for 2014.
Some people say it’s time to do away with the gas tax and switch to a mileage tax so drivers pay as they go.