When you purchase a home in California, you will often receive a supplemental tax bill for the difference between the previously assessed property taxes and the new, updated value of the home due to the sale.

These notices are mailed to the current property owner and are their responsibility. In subsequent years, the main property tax bill will be adjusted to reflect the new assessed value.

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October 23rd, 2015 at 11:18 am | Comments & Trackbacks (0) | Permalink

Thank you, Santa Clarita, for voting us “Best Accounting Firm” for 2014 in the Santa Clarita Valley Signal’s recent polling. We are humbled but happy to be a part of this wonderful, vibrant community.


September 28th, 2014 at 3:21 pm | Comments & Trackbacks (0) | Permalink

We’ve moved! Denny & Company, LLP, has returned to our old haunts on Valencia Blvd!

Our new address is 23929 Valencia Blvd., Ste. 304, Valencia, CA 91355. We’re conveniently located in the Bank of America building across from City Hall.

Our phone and fax numbers remain the same.

June 30th, 2014 at 2:31 pm | Comments & Trackbacks (0) | Permalink


Be careful when you consider how you pay your taxes — credit cards can be tempting, but are they worth the cost?

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February 14th, 2013 at 10:58 am | Comments & Trackbacks (0) | Permalink

If you got one of these love-letters, be sure to call your CPA:

About 2,000 small business owners and investors in the Golden State who lawfully took a tax break that was later struck down have the taxman knocking at their doors. Following a state appeals court decision invalidating a 20-year-old state tax, the Los Angeles Times reports,California tax collectors are trying to get $120 million from people who profited by selling stakes in small businesses.

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February 10th, 2013 at 12:28 pm | Comments & Trackbacks (0) | Permalink

According to the Associated Press:

Business social network LinkedIn said it is investigating reports that more than six million passwords have been stolen and leaked onto the Internet.

Although LinkedIn did not confirm if any user data had been hacked or leaked, researchers at U.K. Web security company Sophos say they have confirmed that a file posted online does contain, in part, LinkedIn passwords “hashes.” That’s a way of encrypting or storing passwords in a different form.

Graham Cluley, a consultant with Sophos, recommended that LinkedIn users change their passwords immediately.

Easy enough to fix; go to LinkedIn and change your password. You might think about changing other passwords at the same time; good business practice dictates good, quality passwords changed on a regular basis.

June 6th, 2012 at 2:38 pm | Comments & Trackbacks (0) | Permalink

Remember — it’s against the law to evade taxes — but it’s our duty as Americans to avoid them!

Make sure you are taking advantage of all of the tax rules, deductions and other techniques available to minimize your tax burden — one easy way is to call Denny & Company, LLP and sit down with one of our very experienced tax professionals.

We make your life less taxing.

March 18th, 2012 at 12:40 pm | Comments & Trackbacks (0) | Permalink

Don’t forget that along with your gift shopping, company parties, and other assorted end-of-year activities, you need to sit down and take a look at your tax situation.

There are many things you can do to optimize your tax situation — but some of them must be done before year end. If you’d like some ideas, give us a call!

November 28th, 2011 at 4:23 pm | Comments & Trackbacks (0) | Permalink

If, as we suspect, the Congress cannot manage to pass a continuing resolution by April 8th, there may be difficulties in processing and receiving tax refunds and other operations of the IRS.

Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Douglas Shulman said the Obama administration has not decided whether the IRS would process tax returns and issue refunds if Congress cannot agree to a plan to avert a halt of government spending authority on April 8.

Under previous plans developed for potential government shutdowns near the Oct. 1 start of the fiscal year, the IRS would deposit checks though it would not process tax returns or issue refunds.

“We’ve never had a government shutdown in the middle of the filing season before,” Shulman said in testimony before a House Ways and Means subcommittee today in Washington. “The closer we get to April 15, the more consideration and factors are at play.”

Read more from the article here.

April 4th, 2011 at 7:09 pm | Comments & Trackbacks (0) | Permalink

Don’t forget — the IRS offers payment plans. As long as you owe less than $25,000, and agree to pay off what you owe in 60 months (5 years) or less, you can easily arrange for a payment plan with the IRS that features an attractive interest rate.

If you’d like help with this, or owe more, or have special circumstances, give us a call.

March 31st, 2011 at 3:18 pm | Comments & Trackbacks (0) | Permalink