Maryland Comptroller To Reopen Most Branches Offices June 1Comptroller Peter Franchot announced Friday nine of 12 branch offices located throughout the state will reopen Monday, June 1, for appointment-only visits.
Maryland Will Resume Processing Paper Income Tax Returns MondayAfter being suspended for more than a month due to the coronavirus pandemic, Maryland will resume processing paper income tax returns on Monday, Comptroller Peter Franchot's office said.
Call Centers For Tax Help To Close Due To Coronavirus ConcernsComptroller Peter Franchot announced Monday that some call centers dedicated to helping people with their taxes would close at the end of the day.
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.
Maryland Comptroller Extends Tax Filing Deadlines For BusinessesBusiness taxpayers who file and pay by the extended due date will receive a waiver of interest and penalties.
Maryland Lawmakers Vote Down Bill To Expand Sales Tax To ServicesThe Maryland General Assembly will not be imposing a sales tax this year. The decision comes after a widespread protest.
More Than 18K Ask About Health Insurance On Tax ReturnsState officials say the program so far is exceeding expectations.
Goucher Poll: Maryland Residents Surveyed On Education, Taxes, Sports Betting, And Hogan's Job PerformanceAccording to a new Goucher College poll, Marylanders recognized the need for improvements for public education, but were largely unaware of the Kirwan Commission.
Goucher Poll: Fewer Marylanders Think State Is Going In Right Direction, Majority Support More Taxes For SchoolsThe poll found that 74 percent of people said they support paying more in taxes while only 26 percent opposed.
Gold Star widow "shocked" by new tax bill on sons' survivor benefitsThe new tax law was especially costly for our nation's Gold Star families, who saw the taxes owed on their survivor benefits skyrocket.
Baltimore County Residents Respond To Proposed Tax HikesThe new budget for Baltimore County is drawing criticism following several proposed tax hikes.
Done Your Taxes Yet? Maryland Has 12 Assistance Centers To Make Sure You Make The April 15 DeadlineThe state tax assistance centers are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Gov. Hogan Pushes For Tax Exemption On Pensions For First RespondersGovernor Larry Hogan proposed a 100 percent tax exemption on pensions for first responders and retired military.
IRS 'Direct Pay' Option Not Working On Tax DayRight now the Direct Pay section of the Internal Revenue Service's web site is not working.
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