Maryland Ends 2021 Fiscal Year With $2.5 Billion Budget SurplusMaryland will have a head start on next year’s spending thanks to a $2.5 billion budget surplus.
Renters Worried As Maryland's Eviction Moratorium ExpiresAs Gov. Larry Hogan's executive order prohibiting residential evictions is set to expire Sunday with the rest of the COVID-19 state of emergency, families who are struggling to pay rent are left worrying about the future.
Peter Franchot Outlines Equity Plan In Campaign For GovernorComptroller Peter Franchot outlined a plan Monday to increase equity and inclusion for Black Maryland residents as part of his campaign for governor, including a pledge to name a Black woman as his running mate.
Fraudsters Claimed Up To $2 Billion In Unemployment Benefits, Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot SaysMaryland state Comptroller Peter Franchot on Wednesday estimated that about $2 billion in federal and state unemployment funds distributed during the pandemic were fraudulently obtained.
July 15 Deadline To File Maryland State Taxes Quickly ApproachingIf you haven't done it yet, time's running out to file your state income taxes.
Comptroller's Office Mails Over 27K Payments To Marylanders Stuck In Unemployment DisputesComptroller Peter Franchot announced Thursday that checks to over 27,000 recipients identified by the Maryland Department of Labor for unemployment grants have been processed and mailed.
98% Of Stimulus Payments Have Been Processed Within Four Days, Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot SaysMaryland Comptroller Peter Franchot announced Friday that 98 percent of stimulus payments have been processed within four days of the RELIEF Act becoming law.
'The Checks Are So Miserly' | Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot Says State's COVID Relief Stimulus Checks Aren't EnoughIf you qualify for the State’s COVID relief stimulus, you could see a check in the mail or in your bank account by the end of the week.
Comptroller Peter Franchot Launches 2022 Run For Maryland GovernorComptroller Peter Franchot has thrown his hat into the race to become the next governor of the State of Maryland.
Comptroller Peter Franchot Urges Gov. Hogan To Use Some Of State's Reserve Fund To Help Small BusinessesComptroller Peter Franchot urged Gov. Hogan to use some of the $500 million in the state's reserve fund to help small businesses. 
Maryland Comptroller: Ahead Of Tax Day, State Is About 700K Returns ShortUp until March 23, it was a busy tax season at Cuomo’s Income Tax Service in southeast Baltimore; then, the coronavirus pandemic brought the world to a standstill.