Sherlock Franchot Is On The Hunt For Md. Owners Of Unclaimed FundsThe state comptroller's office is opening a treasure chest and inviting Marylanders to dig in.
Comptroller Supports Changing Md. Estate TaxComptroller Peter Franchot is expressing support for Maryland to recouple its estate tax with the federal government.
Comptroller Peter Franchot Urges Holiday Shoppers To Buy LocalMaryland's small business retailers hang their hopes on a brisk holiday shopping season. Santa has an elf in state government who is rallying for their support.
Report: After Labor Day School Start Would Help Economy Maryland's comptroller on Thursday called on schools to start after Labor Day in hopes of boosting the state's economy, citing a report projecting a delay in beginning the school year could result in an additional $74.3 million in direct economic activity.
Save Money, Shop Maryland Tax-Free WeekAttention shoppers. The Maryland Tax-Free Week kicks off Sunday.
Franchot Notes Tax Credit With Health Care ReformThe comptroller of Maryland is calling attention to a tax credit available to small businesses to help offset costs relating to the federal health care overhaul.
Md. Comptroller Gives Gov. O'Malley $271 Unclaimed Property Check For once, Gov. Martin O'Malley got a pleasant surprise from Comptroller Peter Franchot at the start of a Board of Public Works meeting.
Comptroller Calls On Towson Univ. President To Resign Over Sports Program FlapMaryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is calling on the president of Towson University to resign over her handling of sports programs at the university.
Tax Day: Those Who Owe Wait To The Last Minute To File There are estimates that 20-30 percent of us wait till the last minute to file our taxes.
New Bill Would See Officers Stationed In Every Md. Public SchoolThe man who writes the checks has signed onto a bill that would put a police officer in every Maryland public school.
Senators Question Comptroller's TravelTwo state senators are questioning travel expenses incurred by Comptroller Peter Franchot to distribute four kinds of awards. But Franchot says he believes the motivation for their inquiries is political rather than fiscal stewardship.