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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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    Business Insider

    NFL teams from low-tax states may be more likely to make playoffs ...
    Business Insider
    Taxes could be hurting your favorite NFL team's chances of reaching the playoffs, according to a recent study. Unlike other pro sports, the NFL operates with a ...

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    Washington Post

    Borrowing a page from Gov. Larry Hogan, Ben Jealous wants to cut Md. sales tax
    Washington Post
    Maryland Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ben Jealous proposed cutting the state sales tax Thursday from 6 percent to 5.75 percent, a change he says would boost the state economy and perhaps draw attention away from Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's ...
    Maryland Governor Pitches $1 Billion 'Aspirational' Tax Cut to Win Over Retirees -- AgainGoverning
    State Roundup, September 4, 2018MarylandReporter.com

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    Baltimore Business Journal

    Md. firms struggle to find workers, but remain optimistic in Q2 business climate survey
    Baltimore Business Journal
    Baltimore-area firms are increasingly optimistic about Maryland's business climate, even as executives at those companies note a skilled worker shortage, a quarterly sales dip and negative impacts from state taxes. The results come from the recently ...


    MarylandReporter.com

    State Roundup, September 18, 2018
    MarylandReporter.com
    Larry Hogan that Maryland taxes are too high, two-thirds think Hogan has done a good job, and is a moderate who has distanced himself from President Trump. And a majority, 54%, think the state is headed in the right direction, reports Len Lazarick in ...
    Larry Hogan has commanding lead over Ben Jealous, Goucher poll findsWashington Post
    Hogan takes big lead over Jealous in pollDelmarva Daily Times

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