An exterior of the state capitol is shown on January 5, 2006 in Sacramento, California.

One in five employees at the tax-collecting Board of Equalization works with a relative, according to a report from the Sacramento Bee. The Board, whose tax administration functions were stripped away by lawmakers in June, has been subject of a series of audits exposing financial misconduct and mismanagement. We’ll discuss the status of the audits and get an update on how the Board’s successor agencies are serving California’s taxpayers.

Ongoing Personnel Audit Finds Nepotism Conflicts at State Tax Department 12 September,2017Susan Britton

  • Skip Conrad

    I can tell you what’s wrong with the BoE. Two words: Fiona Ma. She’s a crook. I know, She was my supervisor.

  • Curious

    Working for the government is one big scam.

    • Student

      “Curious”, you seem over-the-top judgmental. Are you a troll?

      Scott, what is it about state government that it seems to be so hard to do well?

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