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Washington County pursuing tax-credit program Washington County has joined Frederick County, Md., in trying to start a new system of property-tax credits for new or expanding businesses. To qualify, an existing business would have to add at least 1,500...
Maryland income taxes would rise and a split in teacher pension costs with local governments would be phased in over four years instead of one, under changes to Gov. Martin O’Malley’s budget plan approved Thursday by the Senate Budget and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA nonprofit affordable housing developer is seeking government help to renovate and possibly expand the Hopewell Manor Apartments complex in Halfway. Kathy Ebner, development director for Annapolis, Md.-based Homes for America, asked the Washington...
For The Herald-MailThis year’s income tax filing season is two days longer than usual, but some taxpayers still might feel overwhelmed, an IRS spokeswoman said this week. As a result of Washington, D.C.’s observance of Emancipation Day on April 16, the deadline...
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email@example.comMoney and marriage are on the minds of Washington County’s state lawmakers heading to Annapolis. So are foreclosed properties, virtual schools, petition privacy, parole and probation violators, and Washington County’s proposed senior center....
Associated PressAbout 20 percent of taxpayers will see smaller state income tax refunds, and Maryland will significantly shift how it pays for teacher pensions, under a budget proposal released by Gov. Martin O’Malley on Wednesday aimed at closing a $1.1 billion...
The Washington County Department of Social Services is encouraging eligible Washington County residents to claim their earned income credit and child tax credit. The announcement comes as the county joins in a promotional campaign titled “Your...
Associated PressWhile Gov. Martin O’Malley’s plan to protect transportation dollars from being used to fill state budget gaps remains unclear, lawmakers are moving forward with attempts to block access to the state’s languishing Transportation Trust...
Following are the responses to three questions The Herald-Mail posed to candidates for Maryland’s 6th Congressional District seat. The candidates were asked to limit their responses to 75 words. Those responses that exceeded that limit were edited....
Associated PressMitt Romney’s four remaining challengers are keeping the spotlight on the Republican front-runner’s wealth and business dealings by pressing him to release his income tax returns. Romney says he might make them public in April. By then, he...
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Have you been having gas pains recently? Not to be personal, I was thinking about the pains at the pump when you fill up your vehicle. Gasoline prices are on the rise again. What are we going to do about it? Most of last year, the governor let it be...
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