Phil Rothrock, a tax preparation assistant at the State Franchise Tax Board, receives incoming tax returns through a mail sorter on February 16, 2006. Personal income taxes accounted for $55 billion of the nearly $412 billion in state and local revenues in 2012. Sacramento Be/ Lezlie Sterling
Phil Rothrock, a tax preparation assistant at the State Franchise Tax Board, receives incoming tax returns through a mail sorter on February 16, 2006. Personal income taxes accounted for $55 billion of the nearly $412 billion in state and local revenues in 2012. Sacramento Be/ Lezlie Sterling Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Phil Rothrock, a tax preparation assistant at the State Franchise Tax Board, receives incoming tax returns through a mail sorter on February 16, 2006. Personal income taxes accounted for $55 billion of the nearly $412 billion in state and local revenues in 2012. Sacramento Be/ Lezlie Sterling Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
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