CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. /California Newswire/ — In years past, Cathedral City, a desert community of 52,000 people located between Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage, was more well-known for its golf courses than its cannabis industry.
Each year, California is a vacation and business destination for tourists and other travelers who spend more than $100 billion on lodging, food and other expenses. While more than $4 billion in local taxes is collected each year on this spending, some local revenue may go uncollected when hotel operators underreport occupancy statistics.
With greater investments in workforce development, and proposed federal tax relief for corporations and pass-through employers, California’s overall economy is positioned to grow substantially this year.
While medicinal marijuana use has been legal in California since 1996, on Tuesday, state voters passed Proposition 64, allowing adults 21 and over to legally purchase and use recreational marijuana.
Is your city considering approving a major construction project in the next year? Do you want to get the full tax benefit out of it?
Results. That was one of the main reasons why San Diego came back to MuniServices, one of the nation’s leading providers of tax audit and revenue recovery services for local municipalities, with a second sales tax audit contract.
This summer, MuniServices, one of the nation’s leading providers of tax audit and revenue recovery services for local municipalities, renewed its contract for sales and use tax auditing with the City of Ceres.
Cultivation, manufacturing, wholesale distribution, transportation, delivery, and dispensary sales. These are some of the major issues cities and counties across California are facing as they create and manage local medical cannabis policies.
Today, MuniServices proudly announced that Brenda Narayan, its Director of Government Relations in Sacramento, has been appointed to the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ (USCM) Business Council Steering Committee.
$90 million. That’s how much in taxes MuniServices, one of the nation’s leading providers of tax audit and revenue recovery services for local municipalities, anticipates it will audit for the City of Santa Monica.