California Taxpayer Forms


Albany

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Albany Registration Form 564.3k

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Albany SSB Ordinance 151.8k

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Albany SSB Remittance Form 562.8k

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Albany SSBT Frequently Asked Questions 336.7k

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MuniServices Albany Refund Petition 211.6k

Berkeley

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Berkeley SSB Refund Petition 186.9k

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Berkeley SSB Remittance Form 159.1k

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Berkeley SSBT Frequently Asked Questions 339k

Calistoga

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Calistoga Business License Tax Schedule 122k

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Calistoga New Business Application 208.9k

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Calistoga Universal Renewal 149k

Click here for the Calistoga FAQ

Click here for more information and forms regarding Calistoga Business License Tax including the Home Occupational Form for home-based businesses.

El Segundo

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El Segundo UUT Remittance Form 99.3k

Click here to file for Palo Alto Business Registry or BID.

Seaside

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Seaside FAQs 55.4k

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Seaside Universal Renewal Application 106.9k

Closed Account Form

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Close Account Form 1.2M

Disability Access Resources

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Disability Access Requirements and Resources 120.5k

Refund Petition Forms

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Refund Petition 45.7k

CASp Fee Information

On September 19, 2012, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 1186 (SB 1186) into law. SB 1186 is intended to increase disability access, encourage compliance with construction-related accessibility requirements, develop education resources for businesses, and facilitate compliance with Federal and State disability laws. From January 1, 2013, and until December 31, 2017, cities and counties were required to collect a State mandated fee of $1.00 from “any applicant for a local business license or equivalent instrument or permit, and from any applicant for the renewal of a business license or equivalent instrument or permit.” Assembly Bill 1379 was passed on October 11, 2017, which extends the assessment of the fee indefinitely and the State mandated fee from $1.00 to $4.00 from January 1, 2018 until December 31, 2023.

Municipalities are required by law to inform you of the following: Under Federal and State law, compliance with disability access laws is a serious and significant responsibility that applies to all California building owners and tenants with buildings open to the public. You may obtain information about your legal obligations and how to comply with disability access laws at the following agencies: