California Tax Firm denounces new Oil severance tax Bill
04/19/2014

BryLaw’s owner Larry Stephen is particularly known for his expertise in Tax related matters as his Firm has been providing 360 degree Tax solutions to both individuals and entrepreneurs for over two decades.

Online PR News – 19-April-2014 – Chino Hills, CA – Chino Hills, CA, 19 April 2014
BryLaw Firm, Inc, a tax Firm based in Chino Hills CA, has denounced the new SB 1017 (Evans) Oil severance tax bill calling it “anti-people”. The SB 1017 (Evans) bill introduced by Senator Evans will impose an oil and gas severance tax upon any California Oil producer operator for the privilege of severing oil or gas for sale, profit, consumption, transport, storage, or use. The government has pushed for this new tax in the guise of providing quality education to the school and university students of California.

“The severance tax is going to hit the common man in California as the operators will pass on their Tax Dollars to small companies engaged in oil trade and to the average Joe who will have to pay more to buy oil or gas.” said Larry Stephens, owner of Bry Law Accounting.

Bry Law Accounting is a financial solutions Firm based in Chino Hills California which provides a number of highly customized services to individuals and businesses like Tax planning, Bookkeeping, financial planning, new business formation etc. BryLaw’s owner Larry Stephen is particularly known for his expertise in Tax related matters as his Firm has been providing 360 degree Tax solutions to both individuals and entrepreneurs for over two decades.

“The state government has just recently raised taxes by $7 billion a year. That is already pinching citizens of California. So where was the need for bringing this new severance tax? It is bound to adversely affect California’s oil industry and have a spiraling effect on jobs and prices.” Larry said while speaking in a seminar arranged by Tax-payers group. “This new tax will raise $2 billion of fund and a huge bureaucracy without any defined accountability. I want to know, and I have a right to know where my money is going for I too am a tax payer” announced Larry in a booming voice to the resounding applause of seminar attendees.

Bry Law Accounting owner Larry Stephens has decided to launch a signature campaign in California, petitioning government to either withdraw the new tax or reduce the tax amount as well as the bureaucracy and make the spending of SB 1017 tax Dollars absolutely transparent and accountable.

For more information:
Mr. Larry Stephens

BryLaw Firm, Inc.
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Mail: larry@brylaw.com
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