A federal audit is focusing on how public schools in Maryland spent federal stimulus money.
A report by legislative auditors says the Maryland Tax Court failed more than 40 percent of the time to resolve homeowners’ appeals of property-tax assessments within 90 days of filing, as state law requires.
It’s time to talk taxes: 1099 forms have gone out and you should be organizing your paperwork and getting ready to pay the taxman.
The odds of an audit can increase substantially depending on your income, types of income, deduction amount and changes you have made since filing your last tax return.
An audit at one of the nation’s largest public universities cited $3.3 million in potential overpayments to a contractor who was paid to find leads for students who could be interested in attending the University of Maryland University College.
A Maryland commission did not adequately investigate the impact of hospital overbilling identified through annual reviews, a state audit released Friday found, noting overcharges of at least $13.2 million at four hospitals.
An audit of the Maryland State Highway Administration has found that citations were issued to less than half the drivers caught speeding in work zones during the first 9 months of the state’s work-zone speed camera program.
Maryland auditors say a database of state land acquisitions to preserve agriculture has not been tested for reliability.
A state audit made public on Wednesday cited shortcomings in how the Maryland State Lottery Agency has monitored aspects of the state’s slot machine gambling program. The agency has responded that it has addressed the concerns.
Two employees at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County have either resigned or been dismissed after state auditors cited questionable use of corporate purchasing cards.
An audit of Maryland’s state-sponsored health insurance program shows its officials failed to obtain an independent review of the program’s automated claims management system and made payments to a vendor without a written contract.
A new audit finds that nearly 20 percent of arrests made by Baltimore police for low-level “quality-of-life” crimes haven’t been properly documented.