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  • Read Our Annual Tax Saving Newsletter
    This issue of the Tax Update Newsletter provides a summary of key changes to the tax code for 2008 and offers ideas to help you reduce your taxes.

  • 2007 Tax Year Archive Newsletter
    In addition to the preprogrammed changes discussed and charted to the right, three federal tax laws passed in 2006 could result in substantially more tax savings when your 2007 tax return is filed. Here is a summary of some important changes for 2007 that apply to many clients.

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  • Local Maryland Tax News Headlines

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    Baltimore Sun

    Maryland taxes are bad enough without Ben Jealous
    Baltimore Sun
    Kiplinger magazine came out with its latest ranking of unfriendly states for taxation. Maryland is now ranked second among the top 10 most unfriendly states especially for taxing incomes (“Maryland lawmakers' tax relief plan leaves many with higher ...

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    Baltimore Business Journal

    Maryland named No. 2 least tax-friendly state
    Baltimore Business Journal
    Maryland has long been known for its high business taxes, a perception the state and Gov. Larry Hogan has strived to change, going as far as making the state's official greeting "We're Open for Business." Yet in a new annual ranking, the state was ...


    Herald-Mail Media

    General Election Q&A with Neil Parrott, candidate for House of Delegates, District 2A
    Herald-Mail Media
    The Tax Foundation's 2018 business friendly rankings show Maryland at a low 43, where only seven states are worse financially for businesses. Three other states that perform significantly better are adjacent to Washington County. Gov. Hogan has helped ...


    Herald-Mail Media

    General Election Q&A with Mike McKay, candidate for House of Delegates, District 1C
    Herald-Mail Media
    Passing more tax incentives to locate and spur investments (cyber/bio) is an example of legislation I have voted for. Next, we need to encourage our local economic development departments along with the state to promote Washington County as a great ...



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