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Fisher, Keathley & Ross, LLP is a premiere tax and accounting firm located in the California central valley and is committed to providing superior service to their clients. The firm’s professional staff includes more than 65 years of combined CPA experience, allowing the depth of resources to meet the challenges faced by their clients. The firm’s forward thinking attitude keeps them on the cutting edge of technology, including research tools used to track law changes and documentation tools to ensure efficient delivery of products to clients.

On this website, you will find information about Fisher, Keathley & Ross, LLP, including our list of services. We have also provided you with online resources to assist in the tax process and financial decision-making. These tools include downloadable tax forms and publications, financial calculators, news and links to other useful sites. Whether you are an individual or business in or around central California, Fisher, Keathley & Ross, LLP has years of valuable experience assisting professionals with their accounting needs.

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  • Fisher, Keathley & Ross, LLP
  • 4260 Truxtun Avenue
  • Suite 140
  • Bakersfield, CA 93309

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General Tax Policy

Angel Investor Tax Credits

High net worth investors can reduce the cost of an investment in 29 states by claiming an "angel investor" tax credit. In most states, the credit is worth more than 25 percent of the investments an...

Reforming State Gas Taxes : How States Are (and Are Not) Addressing an Eroding Tax Base

The federal government and most states have per-unit gas taxes. Because they tax gallons purchased, and not a percentage of purchase price, revenues are falling across the country as Americans buy ...

Municipal Debt: What Does It Buy and Who Benefits?

This paper examines the incidence of the federal income tax exemption of interest on state and local bonds, applying a fixed-savings, simplified general equilibrium approach to estimate incidence e...

Corporate Inversions

Recently, there has been a spate of corporate inversions, where U.S. multinational corporations have combined with foreign companies, arranging their corporate structure to locate the residence of ...

Implications for Changing the Child Tax Credit Refundability Threshold

This Tax Fact explores the child tax credits refundability thresholds since its inception. Currently, the CTC is a $1,000-per-child credit that is partially refundable for households earning more t...

Analysis of Specific Tax Provisions in President Obama's FY2015 Budget

This document reviews several notable tax proposals in President Obamas fiscal year 2015 Budget. These include expanding the earned income tax credit (EITC) for workers without qualifying children,...

Changes in Tax Revenue Since 1929

This Tax Fact examines sources of federal and state & local tax revenue, from 1929 to the present. The composition of revenues at all levels of government changed dramatically with World War II, bu...

The Tax Reform That Just Won't Die and Shouldn't

This paper provides an historical overview of tax reform with an eye toward identifying conditions that would make successful reform plausible in the near future. Burman begins by analyzing the env...

Taxes and Inequality

This paper reviews historical trends in economic inequality and tax policys role in reducing it. It documents the various reasons why income inequality continues to rise, paying particular attentio...

New Perspectives on Homeownership Tax Incentives

This report presents three tax reforms designed to promote homeownership through a channel other than the deductibility of mortgage interest. These reforms include a first-time homebuyer tax credit...

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