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Emergency Relief Available to Those Affected by the Roseville Fire

Indirect Tax, Tax Management Software November 2, 2010

Those people affected by the 21 October 2010 Roseville, California Fire are eligible for a 1 month extension to file or pay the qualifying taxes administered by the State Board of Equalization.

These taxes include: sales and use tax; alcoholic beverage tax; cigarette and tobacco products tax; energy resources surcharge; emergency telephone users surcharge; natural gas surcharge; timber yield tax; fuel taxes (diesel fuel tax, interstate user tax, use fuel tax, motor vehicle fuel tax, aircraft jet fuel); underground storage tank maintenance fee; oil spill prevention and response fees; childhood lead poisoning prevention fee; integrated waste management fee; occupational lead poisoning prevention fee; electronic waste recycling (eWaste) fee (covered electronic devices or CEDs); marine invasive species fee (ballast water management fee); California tire fee (tire recycling fee); hazardous substances fees (environmental fee, activity fee, generator fee, disposal fee, facility fee); and water rights fee.


California SBE News Release 120-10-A, 10/22/2010