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  • A plan that helps retirees and Maryland

    A plan that helps retirees and Maryland
    The next several years will see a flood tide of a new kind of retiree — the rollover retiree. Millions of baby boomers will be transitioning into retirement without the comfort of the old-fashioned monthly pension check, but rather with a lump sum...
  • How Harford Powerball winners' $108.8 million became $43.4 million

    The Harford County couple who recently won the multi-state Powerball jackpot has not gone public, but they did receive their winnings, according to state lottery officials. Their check worked out to about 40 percent of what the Powerball publicity...
  • O'Malley should get rid of the mortgage deduction altogether

    Gov.Martin O'Malley's effort to cut back on tax loopholes is a necessary step to reduce the state's income tax, and eliminating the mortgage interest income tax deduction is a good place to start ("Realtors to rally against proposed change affecting Md....
  • 'Doomsday' budget lays out grim choices

    Senators from Baltimore and the state's largest counties reacted with dismay Tuesday as the General Assembly's chief policy analyst laid out the details of what has been dubbed "the doomsday budget." Warren Deschenaux walked the Senate Budget and...
  • Income tax estimates dip by tens of millions

    A state board revised down estimates on tax revenues for this year and the next, projecting that Maryland would be tens of millions short both years mostly on expectations that income tax receipts will be off.  Maryland's Board of Revenue Estimates...
  • Senate panel approves income tax increase

    Determined to avoid deep cuts to state spending, a Senate committee voted Thursday to approve an increase of roughly one-quarter of a percent in Maryland's income tax rate and to shift part of the state's teacher pension costs to the counties, though at a...
  • Close corporate tax loopholes through combined reporting

    Maryland's General Assembly faces another year of "difficult choices" as it takes up the governor's budget. So it's surprising to me that lawmakers don't turn more readily to what should be an easy choice: closing loopholes in the corporate income tax...
  • A budget breakthrough, but at what cost?

    A budget breakthrough, but at what cost?
    This week, the focus in Annapolis will be on the state's 2013 budget and the compromise struck by the Senate's Budget and Taxation Committee over education spending. Teachers, school boards, county executives and other local government leaders would be...
  • O'Malley to appeal for gas tax

    O'Malley to appeal for gas tax
    Gov. Martin O'Malley is expected to make a personal, perhaps quixotic pitch Wednesday for what could be the least popular proposal in Annapolis this year: raising the tax on gasoline. The governor is scheduled to testify before House and Senate...
  • Assembly still hasn't passed a budget

    Pushing legislative brinkmanship to its limits, the General Assembly will go into the last scheduled day of its 90-day session Monday without an agreement on the one thing it must get done under Maryland's Constitution: pass a balanced budget. Most...
  • No income tax hike, no pension cost shift likely temporary as legislature fails to enact budget

    Legislators failed to approve a bill raising some state income tax rates by the time the Maryland General Assembly's regular session ended midnight Monday. While the failure of this and another budget plan involving a shift in teacher pension costs to...
  • Senate plows through budget, turning back GOP

    The Maryland Senate spent Wednesday afternoon plowing through the state budget bill and a companion measure shifting part of the cost of teacher pensions from the state to the counties, turning back Republican attempts to amend the legislation. Late in...