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What is an IRS CP2000 Notice?

Shortly after tax returns are processed by the IRS, many taxpayers unfortunately receive an IRS CP2000 Notice from the IRS.  These are computer-generated notices that are sent automatically when an item or items reported on a tax return either does not match or does not include items received from third parties by the IRS or…

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Making Tax Enforcement Great Again Under the Trump Administration

As of the date of this article, no one knows anything on the future of tax enforcement; likely, not even the President himself.  Actually, there is one relative certainty: the IRS will stop examining the President’s individual tax returns.  Attempting to forecast other enforcement (or lack thereof) is likely an exercise in futility. Many others…

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Maryland Tax Reform Plans Collapse in Assembly

After months of discussion and debate, a series of anticipated tax reforms failed to garner sufficient support in the Maryland General Assembly, causing disappointment and frustration for backers of the changes, including Governor Larry Hogan. Heated negotiations over the scope of income tax relief began to break down just prior to the Assembly’s adjournment deadline,…

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Maryland Tax-Relief Proposals Progressing in Legislature

Maryland legislators have made progress in advancing a series of tax-relief measures which, if adopted, would offer advantages for taxpayers of all income levels and corporations having a base of operations within the state. These plans are in keeping with Governor Hogan’s longstanding objective to alleviate the tax burden on Maryland residents in order to strengthen…

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Court Challenge to Maryland Tax Refund Interest Rate Change

A resident of Florida has filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of legislative action taken by Maryland which retroactively reduced the interest rate owed on tax refunds. The outcome of the case could prove very pricey to the state government, which initiated the rate reduction as a means to hedge against the decision in another…

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I applied for a license to operate as a medical marijuana grower, processor, or dispenser in Maryland. What tax issues will I face if I am granted a license?

Although Maryland legalized the sale of marijuana for medical use, it remains illegal under federal law.  Nevertheless, you are still obligated to pay federal income tax on the sale of marijuana as the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) does not treat illegal source income differently from legal source income.  Both sources of income are taxable. Unfortunately,…

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Making the Most of Lesser Known Tax Benefits (and Avoiding Pitfalls) Associated with Revitalization Projects: I.R.C. § 170 and a Discussion on Façade Easements and Deconstruction

In recent years, there has been a shift back towards “city life” and many efforts have been made to spur revitalization, both commercial and residential.  Those looking to capitalize on revitalization opportunities should be mindful of tax incentives offered by state and local governments, such as the Enterprise Zone Property Tax Credit, Historic Restoration and…

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Maryland Governor Hogan Announces $200 Million Tax Refund

In late September, Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot and Governor Larry Hogan announced that payers of income taxes within the state were eligible to receive an estimated $200 million in refunds. The news comes on the heels of a pivotal decision from the United States Supreme Court which found an element of Maryland’s state and local…

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Maryland Tax System Ranks High in Overall Fairness

A recent study has shown that when it comes to fairness, Maryland’s system of taxation ranks quite high. The responses offered by respondents in a recent analysis conducted by financial information firm WalletHub indicate that many residents of the state feel that tax obligations are spread more equitably, whereas residents of numerous other states believed…

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5 Reasons to Work with a Baltimore Tax Lawyer

Advertisements for do-it-yourself tax solutions may sound attractive but there are times when there is simply no substitute for a Baltimore tax lawyer. The following are a few of the reasons you should draw on the expertise of a tax attorney at Rosenberg Martin Greenberg. You face tax penalties. We have seen the number of…

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