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Bradley R. Marsh is Co-Managing Shareholder of the San Francisco office and focuses his practice on tax controversy matters, including property, sales, payroll, business license, employment, franchise, parcel, district, documentary transfer, transient occupancy, utility user, income, parking, gift and estate taxes. He serves as a co-chair of the State and Local Tax (SALT) Practice. Brad represents clients in audits, litigation and administrative hearings, as well as analyzing transactions and business models, and developing strategies for legislative resolutions.

Senate Bill 113 (SB 113), which Gov. Newsom signed into law Feb. 9, 2022, contains important California tax law changes, including reinstatement of business tax credits and net operating loss
Continue Reading California SB 113 Eliminates Suspension on NOL Deductions, Lifts Limitation on Use of Tax Credits, and Expands Elective Pass-Through Entity Tax

As this year’s filing deadline of Feb. 15, 2022 approaches, those representing nonprofit organizations with California properties may wish to determine whether their clients are eligible for any applicable exemption,
Continue Reading California Property Tax Exemptions for Nonprofits – Annual Filings Due Feb. 15, 2022


Continue Reading State and Local Tax Briefing: 2020 California State-Assessed Property Tax Assessment Appeals

The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis has raised questions and concerns about upcoming property tax payment and reporting deadlines in California and whether taxpayers may be entitled to any relief
Continue Reading GT ALERT – COVID-19’s Impact on California Property Tax Deadlines and Planning Considerations

County Assessors across California believe that the property located in their counties is worth substantially more this year than it was last year. Each Assessor is required to prepare an
Continue Reading California Locally Assessed Property Tax: 2018 Appeal Filing Deadline Approaching