LOS ANGELES -- Taxpayers adversely affected by the wildfires plaguing Southern California are eligible for breaks on filing for extensions and paying taxes or fines, the head of the state Board of Equalization announced Monday.
Los Angeles County homeowners whose properties were damaged by fire were urged to call the county assessor's office at 213-974-3211 to apply for a reduced assessment.
Those who lost tax records can get free replacements by calling the BOE Information Center at 800-400-7115.
One-month filing and payment extensions are available regarding a spectrum of taxes, ranging from property taxes to sales taxes and a long list of specialized taxes.
Those specialized taxes, fees and surcharges include: