California Tax Forms and Templates

California Tax Forms are used by individuals and businesses in the state of California to report income, calculate and pay taxes owed to the California Franchise Tax Board (FTB). These forms help taxpayers fulfill their tax obligations, claim deductions and credits, report income from various sources, and determine the amount of taxes owed or refunded. California Tax Forms cover a range of tax-related activities, including filing income tax returns, reporting withholding taxes, making estimated tax payments, claiming tax credits, and requesting extensions.

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This is a California tax form required for all real estate sales or transfers for which you, the seller/ transferor, are claiming an exemption due to a loss or zero gain or if you elect an optional gain on sale withholding amount.

This Form is used for reporting and withholding taxes on real estate transactions in California.

This is a legal document every California-based limited liability company (LLC) needs to submit to pay the annual LLC tax of $800. This form is a tax voucher - it details payment information you need to provide with your check or money order.

This is a legal document that various financial corporations based in California use to figure estimated tax for a corporation and then mail to the Franchise Tax Board to pay corporate income tax.

This form is used for requesting a waiver of nonresident withholding taxes in the state of California.

This Form is used for filing the Nonadmitted Insurance Tax Return in California. It provides instructions on how to accurately complete and submit the form.

This Form is used for calculating the nonresident withholding allocation in California. It provides instructions on how to properly fill out the Form 587.

This form is used for making payment voucher for withholding taxes on foreign partners or members in California.

This Form is used for filing estimated tax payments for fiduciaries in California. It provides instructions on how to calculate and pay estimated taxes for trusts and estates.

This form is used for claiming the investment interest expense deduction in the state of California. It allows taxpayers to deduct the interest expense paid on their investment loans.

This Form is used for reporting the accumulation of charitable amounts in a trust in the state of California.

This form is used for calculating the alternative minimum tax and credit limitations for residents of California on their Form 540 tax return.

This Form is used for calculating the alternative minimum tax and credit limitations for nonresidents or part-year residents in California. It helps determine the amount of tax owed based on specific criteria and ensures that taxpayers are not subject to excessive tax burdens.

This document is for individuals who want to electronically file their tax returns in California. The form, FTB8453, is used to authorize the electronic filing of the return. It provides instructions on how to complete and submit the form.

This document is used for authorizing electronic filing of tax returns for individuals in California. It provides instructions on how to complete Form FTB8879 for electronic signature authorization.

This form is used by taxpayers in Colorado to calculate their single factor apportionment schedule for tax purposes.

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