The Area Agency on Aging Council of California
TACC meets May 23-24 in Sacramento – Agenda
See the template for PSA reports presented at the TACC meetings.
It is listed on the Forms page.
TACC is supported through
Code 400 on your 540 or 540A State Tax
The Franchise Tax Board has changed the way they reference the
Voluntary Contribution Funds, and now uses a code that won't change even when
the line numbers on the forms change. This change starts with tax returns
for the 2008 tax year.
TACC (California Seniors Special Fund) is still at the top of the list!
Effective January 1, 2006, state law (AB 1234) requires (among other things)
that local officials that receive compensation, salary, stipends, or expense
reimbursements must receive training in public service ethics laws and
principles every two years. The requirement applies not only to the
governing body of a local agency, but also commissions, committees, boards,
or other local agency bodies, whether permanent or temporary,
decision-making or advisory.
Additional information is available on the web site of California's Fair
Political Practices Commission. This page includes a link (near the
bottom) that will take you to an online training course that you can take in the comfort of
your own home - about two hours!
mission of TACC is to promote communication and collaboration among local
advisory councils, and key state partners:
Educate through the
exchange of information, ideas, trends, and models of service delivery,
Advocate on issues of
concern in local/state planning processes,
effectiveness of local advisory councils.
The Area Agency on Aging Council of California, also known as
the Triple-A Council of California or TACC, represents the 33 Area Agencies on
Aging Advisory Councils.
Funding for TACC is provided through California state tax return
check-off as well as through the California Foundation on Aging. Here's
Triple-A Council of California
1300 National Drive, Suite 173
Sacramento, CA 95834