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    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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    Reed Smith's Relationships: An Interview with Peter Franchot, Comptroller of Maryland
    Bloomberg BNA
    Reed Smith attorney Jeremy Abrams meets regularly with heads of state revenue departments to bring Bloomberg Tax readers candid and timely observations from the country's top state tax decision-makers. In this special edition, Abrams is joined by Reed ...


    Bloomberg BNA

    The Payroll Report: May 18 to May 25
    Bloomberg BNA
    Under one bill (S.B. 318), the maximum individual deduction for Maryland income taxes increases to $2,250 from $2,000, and the deduction is to be annually adjusted for inflation. A separate bill (S.B. 184) preserves state personal exemptions by ...


    Washington Post

    In what should be a good year, Md. Democrats struggle in governor's race
    Washington Post
    Adding to the unease is concern that if Baker wins the nomination, his record in Prince George's County makes him vulnerable to attacks on two key issues: education and taxes. He raised taxes to generate more money for public education in 2015 — and ...

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    Lancaster Farming

    Visa Shortage Leaves Maryland Nursery Without Workers
    Lancaster Farming
    “These guys pay taxes while they are here. They pay Maryland state and federal taxes, Social Security and Medicaid, and they will never see a dime of it back. They don't use the resources as much or at all like U.S. citizens do. They don't use the ...



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