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Jan 19, 2018

Baltimore City Council Proposes Tax Increase to Fund Affordable Housing

The real estate marketplace at Zillow.com reports that the median home price in Baltimore is a shade more than $123,000. Baltimore home values have increased by almost 5% in 2017 and will likely continue to increase in 2018. Baltimore rents are increasing at a similar rate. Perhaps as an expression of their concern over the…

Jan 18, 2018

Brewing Interest: How Tax Changes Will Help to Grow the Craft Brew, Winery, and Distillery Industries

While the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (“the Act”) affects many small businesses, alcohol producers are among the few industries that have been specifically targeted for relief.  In addition to rate changes and additional deductions that are available many businesses, the Act benefits craft breweries, wine producers, and distilleries by temporarily reducing the…

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Dec 28, 2017

Tax Planning 101 with 529 Plans: How Marylanders Can Reduce Annual Private School Costs by $895 Per Child*

As a result of the tax reform of 2017, the application of qualified tuition programs (“529 Plans” has been broadened dramatically.  By coupling the federal tax benefits of 529 Plans with existing Maryland tax provisions, Marylanders may be able to use these plans to reduce the cost of private secondary education by roughly $895 per…

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