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

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General Tax Policy

The Tax Cut And Jobs Act’s Phase-Ins, Phase-Outs, And Sunsets Do Not Make A Pretty Picture

Among the complexities of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act are its multiple timing changes. Both the House and Senate bills are filled with delayed effective dates, sunsets, and phase-outs....

Will The TCJA Pay For Itself? Not Likely.

Treasury’s one-page study on the TCJA: Assuming a can opener....

The Senate’s Tax Cut Would Generate Little New Long-Run Economic Growth

The Senate version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) would increase Gross Domestic Product modestly until 2025, and by less after many of......

An “Important… Special” and Fragile Tax Bill

Closer and closer to a deal? The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act conference committee will have its first open meeting on Wednesday. However, House GOP leaders say the bill is not likely to reach the floor t...

Who Would Pay For The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act?

The House and Senate have passed different versions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Both bills would reduce federal revenues by more than......

Government doors are open!

But about that shutdown… The House and Senate each voted last evening to keep the government open until December 22....

Without Guiding Principles, The TCJA Is Becoming A Magnet For Special Deals

Tax reform is hard enough when it is based on a set of principles around which Congress can write a new law. But when lawmakers......

Government shutdown tomorrow? "We'll see."

It could happen. Or not. President Trump told reporters that the government could shut down tomorrow given Democrats’ demands....

The Senate Would Keep The Individual AMT, But Turn It Into A Very Different Tax

The individual alternative minimum tax (AMT) looks like it may survive yet another tax overhaul. But the latest incarnation of the tax may look very......

Only 1,700 Estates Would Owe Estate Tax in 2018 Under the TCJA

The House and Senate versions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would reduce the number of taxable estates by about two-thirds in 2018, and......

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