Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Extends Business Tax Filing Deadline, Will Do Same For Individuals If Feds Don'tMaryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is putting the brakes on the rush to meet the April 15 state tax filing deadline amid the coronavirus pandemic.
E-Facts Task Force Created To Tackle Vaping-Related Illnesses In MarylandA newly formed task force planted itself smack in the middle of a population most vulnerable to the allure of electronic smoking devices.
Battle Over Comptroller's Powers Centers On Regulation, HealthFranchot says the bill is political retribution for trying to help small craft brewers. He cited a Bureau of Revenue Estimates report that says the bill could cost taxpayers $50 million.
Maryland Comptroller Warns Of Social Media ScamThe Maryland comptroller's office is warning residents of a social media scam.
Comptroller: $21.4M in Local Tax Payments MisdirectedMaryland's top tax collector says his office accidentally misdirected $21.4 million of local income tax payments for years.
Maryland General Election 2014 ResultsPolls are closed in Maryland. Live election results for Maryland's gubernatorial race and other big races are here.
Md. Comptroller Asks Marylanders To Share The Wealth Before ChristmasWith just three shopping days left until Christmas, Comptroller Peter Franchot is asking shoppers to share the wealth.
Quesions Remain Whether Gay Couples Will Be Able To File Joint Tax Returns In Md.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.
Franchot To Push For Financial Literacy CourseComptroller Peter Franchot is continuing his push to require Maryland public school students to take a standalone course in financial literacy.
Baltimore Co. Schools Without Air ConditioningSummer temperatures may be winding down, but the battle over air conditioning in Baltimore County schools is heating up. Parents complain too many schools turn into ovens when the mercury rises.
Md. Comptroller Opposes State CenterMaryland Comptroller Peter Franchot says he opposes the $1.6 billion State Center development in Baltimore.