Comptroller Peter Franchot
Gov. Martin O’Malley plans to submit nearly $80 million in state budget cuts to the Board of Public Works.
The summer travel season kicks off in just a few days and it’s expected to be one of the biggest in years. Now there’s a new plan to extend summer vacation for Maryland public schools. It’s getting cheers from students and it could bring big money to the state.
An author of erotic fiction is at the top of a list of people in Maryland who owe back taxes.
Some Maryland residents who attended state and local fairs this summer walked away with more than cotton candy and corndogs.
Comptroller Peter Franchot encouraged small businesses to take advantage of the tax credits under the Affordable Care Act on Monday morning at Howard County Community College.
There are estimates that 20-30 percent of us wait till the last minute to file our taxes.
With just three shopping days left until Christmas, Comptroller Peter Franchot is asking shoppers to share the wealth.
The Washington Times published a story regarding same-sex couples having problems filing taxes jointly in Maryland. Comptroller Peter Franchot is now responding to that story.
Maryland has ended fiscal year 2012 with nearly $230 million more than expected.
Millions of tax dollars are going up in smoke. The Maryland comptroller’s office is cracking down on cigarette smuggling.
Governor Martin O’Malley is expected to sign the state’s new income tax hike into law next week. He called the General Assembly into special session this week to raise taxes to avoid cuts in 2013 budget. State comptroller Peter Franchot was among those objecting to the tax hike.
Maryland’s property tax will hold steady for now, but Comptroller Peter Franchot is warning about rising debt service obligations in upcoming years.