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Keathley, Maxwell & Antongiovanni, 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 Keathley, Maxwell & Antongiovanni, 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, Keathley, Maxwell & Antongiovanni, LLP has years of valuable experience assisting professionals with their accounting needs.

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  • Telephone...
  • (661) 635-3180
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  • (661) 635-3190
  • Keathley, Maxwell & Antongiovanni, LLP
  • 4260 Truxtun Avenue
  • Suite 140
  • Bakersfield, CA 93309

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General Tax Policy

If You Care about Social Security and Medicare, You Should Care about these Tax Bills

The Joint Committee on Taxation, Congressional Budget Office , and Tax Policy Center agree that, without significant changes, the House-passed tax bill (the Tax Cuts......

The Right Way, And The Wrong Way, To Measure the Benefits Of Tax Changes

At the core of the political debate over the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is an intense and sometimes emotional argument over who benefits. Not......

The House Version Of The TCJA Would Modestly Boost The Economy

The House-passed version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) would benefit the economy modestly over the next 20 years but by far less......

Senate Finance Panel Tax Bill Would Trim Taxes At First But Raise Them For Half Of Households By 2027

The Senate Finance Committee’s version of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act would cut taxes by an average of $1,300 in 2019, according to a......

Tax Bills Proceed, Scoreless and Unpopular

“Tax cuts will pay for themselves, believe me.”...

Sorry, Pennsylvania Voters, Your Property Tax Isn’t Going Anywhere

On Election Day, 54 percent of Pennsylvania voters backed a convoluted ballot initiative aimed at ending homeowner’s property taxes. Sounds great, right? Well, unfortunately for......

TCJA Steams Along in the House and Senate

The House passes its version of the TCJA. By a vote of 227 to 205, Republicans advanced a $1.5 trillion tax cut for individuals and businesses....

The House Ways and Means Tax Bill Would Raise the National Debt to 123 percent of GDP by 2037

The Tax Policy Center estimates that the House Ways and Means Committee’s version of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) would increase the ratio......

Repealing The Estate Tax Could Allow Heirs Of The Very Wealthy To Avoid Tax On Capital Gains

he House is expected to vote today to reduce, then repeal the estate tax. The tax currently applies to only about 5,000 of the nation’s......

The House Tax Bill Would Simplify Higher Ed Subsidies, But The Price Would Be Higher Costs For Many

The House Ways & Means Committee version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) rightly aims to simplify a complex system of tax subsidies......

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