Board of Equalization
Owners posted a message on the restaurant’s facebook page on Tuesday which reads, “Due to ongoing battles with the Board of Equalization and our landlord we can no longer stay in business.”
There are more window pains at a downtown state building with a history of problems.
California is being cheated out of millions of tax dollars by deadbeats who don’t pay their bills, according to a new list revealed Friday by the Board of Equalization, and a Sacramento restaurant is among the worst offenders.
An eighth story window panel fell from a downtown high-rise Wednesday morning, crashing to the sidewalk below. It’s the latest incident at the state-owned Board of Equalization building.
A CBS13 investigation reveals scores of state agencies are delinquent in paying their vendors -– racking up more than $5 million in late fees, with taxpayers ultimately on the hook.
With California deep in debt, a controversial plan has emerged that calls for private vendors to monitor what you buy on the Internet.
Did you buy gifts on eBay or Craiglist this holiday season? You could be in for a surprise. There’s a hidden tax to online shopping.
With iPhones and iPads taking over the world, we thought we’d recommend some apps if you’re one of the lucky few (million or so) living in Sacramento, Stockton, Modesto and Northern California