We've tried and tried for years to get avocados from California
into Mexico,'' he said.
's new law had replaced the old incidental and temporary exemption law that had allowed out-of-state CPAs and foreign accountants to provide services to clients in California
as long as those services were incidental to their practice in another state or country.
has five of the country's 10 biggest champion trees: the General Sherman giant sequoia (biggest tree in the world; biggest champ by circumference, volume, and point total), coast redwood (tallest tree in the world and second biggest national champ), California
-laurel (seventh biggest national champ, biggest native hardwood champ), sugar pine (biggest pine in the world, eight biggest national champ), and Monterey cypress (tenth biggest national champ).
Federal reportable transactions: California
's disclosure requirements are embodied in new California
accounting for an estimated 13% of the country's overall economic activity, the state's problems threaten to slow the national recovery," BusinessWeek Online reported on July 2nd.
As a general rule, California
utilizes the worldwide method of unitary taxation, under which all the worldwide activities (i.
That's a major reason why moving to California
- immortalized in popular tunes as absurdly different as "California
, Here I Come" and Led Zeppelin's "Going to California
" - is to participate in a great mythic American adventure, one expansive and resilient enough to encompass the experience of gold miners in the 1840s, movie pioneers in the 1910s, Okies in the Depression, hippies in the '60s, and continual waves of immigrants from all over the world.
will take the position that management control is exercised in California
Here's reality: The National Education Association and National Center for Education Statistics rank California
in the middle on per-pupil-spending.
recognizes an S election, unless official notification is given to the state.
We will immediately become competitive with 42 other states that are now luring manufacturers away from California
with promises of lower taxes.