“A high volume of questionable returns” led Maryland to suspend processing electronic tax returns from 20 paid tax preparers. Find out which firms are on the list.
A recent crackdown on fraudulent tax returns has netted four more indictments against Maryland tax preparers. Overall, the number of fraudulent returns filed with the state hit nearly 20,000 in 2015.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is pushing schools to delay the start of the new school year until after the Labor Day holiday.
It’s still unclear what Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will say, but he’s appearing with Comptroller Peter Franchot, who has long advocated for a post-Labor Day start to the school year.
Maryland’s comptroller advocates to end Montgomery County’s liquor monopoly.
WASHINGTON – It’s called the “Let Summer be Summer” bill, and Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot introduced the proposal to the House Ways and Means Committee Thursday. The bill has garnered massive public support. In fact seven…
The purchasing power for Maryland families is diminishing, says Maryland comptroller Peter Franchot.
Pay less and save more this week in Maryland starting on Sunday. It\’s the beginning of the state\’s sales tax-free week and it\’s the second busiest shopping period of the year.
Taxpayers will continue to feel the effects of the government shutdown last October as state tax returns will be delayed.
The government shutdown could hit every working American right in the wallet.
Maryland has agreed to pay $55,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by an African-American driver alleging that two state police troopers violated his civil rights with racial profiling.
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot created a parody video to encourage people to find out whether they have unclaimed funds in old bank accounts or stocks.
Tax time is almost here, and Maryland\’s
comptroller answers frequently asked questions.
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot says every
Marylander who is concerned about the economy
\”should get off the Internet as fast as possible\”
and shop at local stores.
Bargain hunters are preparing for Cyber Monday,
but some may be unintentionally breaking the law
when they make online purchases.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.