California Tax Attorney: Tax Refund Delayed in California
California Tax Attorney: With the declining tax revenues and no budget in place, California Franchise Tax Board announced today that the state will suspend tax refunds, welfare checks, student grants and other payments owed to Californians starting Feb. 1,
According to Los Angeles Times Tax News California Controller John Chiang said he had no choice but to stop making some $3.7 billion in payments in the absence of action by the governor and lawmakers to close the state's nearly $42-billion budget deficit. More than half of those payments are tax refunds.
Is California going bankrupt?