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Nine Things You Didn’t Know Were Tax Deductions

Very few things are as painful as realizing that you forgot to include tax deductions that could have increased tax refunds on your return or lowered your tax bill. Here’s a look at some of the tax deductions that you […]

Nine Things You Didn’t Know Were Tax Deductions

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Very few things are as painful as realizing that you forgot to include tax deductions that could have increased tax refunds on your return or lowered your tax bill. Here’s a look at some of the tax deductions that you […]

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How Accountants Should Prepare for Tax Season

Tax season is stressful for everyone, but most of the burden falls on the accountants handling the taxes. Yes, everyone is scrambling to get their tax documents in order,

Big Jump in Home Value Assessments Leads to Bigger Taxes for Many

When homeowners received their residential property reassessments in the mail, many were shocked to see the dramatic change in the assessed value of their home. While upped value in

4 Reasons Your Customers Must Pay Credit Transaction Fees

You may not know that business owners no longer have to automatically pay for credit card payments. (Which can be as high as 5% - which is plain robbery.)

4 Financial Tips Freelancers Should Keep In Mind

According to the latest stats, there are over 50 million people making their bread and butter as freelancers. The same study shows freelancers earn up to 17 percent more

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh suspends Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa

BALTIMORE — Baltimore’s mayor said on Friday afternoon that she has placed the city’s police commissioner on paid leave, one day after it was disclosed that he is facing federal

Trump’s tax plan will mean higher taxes for some businesses

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Perhaps 9% of Marylanders would pay $200 million more in state taxes next year under plans a Senate committee approved Tuesday to give most taxpayers relief from

Letter to the Editor: Reverse the tax cuts and create a job bill

Dear Editor, My boyhood hero, Robert Kennedy, used to say that "Jobs are better than welfare." As a liberal/progressive Democrat, I agree.  But I would add that having a job that

Franchot wants more power to go after tax cheaters

By Jacob Taylor Capital News Service Legislation supported by Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot and Gov. Larry Hogan would give new powers to the comptroller’s office to combat tax fraud. Testifying Tuesday before

Taxpayer group urges dropping personal property tax for small business

By William H. Campbell Chairman, Maryland Taxpayers Association Conventional wisdom states that small business is the engine that drives America’s economy.  This is certainly true in Maryland.  According to the latest

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