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Keathley, Maxwell & Antongiovanni, LLP is a premier 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.

We welcome any questions or comments you may have. Feel free to contact us at any time:

  • Telephone...
  • (661) 635 - 3180
  • Fax...
  • (661) 635 - 3190

 

 

Email...

keathley@kmallpcpa.com

tom@kmallpcpa.com

 

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

You can also send us a message directly through the contact page of this website.

General Tax Policy

Where Is My Income Tax Refund?

Hope you had a Happy Tax Day. I’m still waiting for my refund. I filed my 2019 individual income tax return electronically on May 1......

How Can The IRS Do Correspondence Audits When It Can’t Open Its Mail?

Sometimes, the junk mail and the bills pile up unopened on my dining room table. The Internal Revenue Service has me beat. After the COVID-19......

The COVID-19 Effect: State Sales Tax Receipts Shrank $6 billion in May

May state sales tax receipts shrank by nearly $6 billion, or 21 percent, compared to May 2019, according to data compiled by the Tax Policy......

TPC Builds A Moog—Or How Synthetic Data Could Transform Policy Research

In 1970, Philadelphia’s Franklin Institute got a Moog synthesizer —a giant, unwieldy computer that created music. The sound was weird and quite evidently electronic. My......

Rulings that Run The Clock, While Time Runs Out for Coronavirus Relief

Following the Supreme Court’s Vance ruling, Trump must decide by Wednesday whether to challenge a subpoena for his tax documents....

Congress Has No Clear Roadmap For Its Next COVID-19 Response

When Congress returns from its summer break on July 20, its primary job (really, its only job) is to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Congress......

Restriction, Distribution, Discrimination, and Integration

Next round of small business loans may face tighter restrictions....

Remembering Ed Kleinbard

The tax community this week is mourning the loss of University of Southern California law professor Edward D. Kleinbard. Ed previously served as Chief of......

A State Revenue Hole And An Extension

The pandemic could slash state revenues by $200 billion through fiscal 2021....

COVID-19 Pandemic Could Slash 2020-21 State Revenues By $200 Billion

Revised forecast data from 27 states suggest tax revenues are expected to fall $34 billion short of pre-COVID-19 forecasts in fiscal year 2020....

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