2013 Tax Law Changes
2013 Legislative Summary
MVA Tax Certifications
Effective January 1, 2014, the MVA implemented a new process for immigrants, applying for a drivers license or ID card that will require them to obtain a certification of tax filings for the preceding two years from the Comptroller’s Office. The agency is currently fine tuning procedures for MVA applicants requiring certification of tax filings. By November 1, an on-line process to obtain on-line certification of tax filings will be available. In addition, for those applicants who are not able to obtain on-line certification, the Comptroller’s Office will offer an online scheduling process that will allow MVA applicants to schedule an appointment to visit one of our twelve branch offices to obtain the required certification of tax filings. Please continue to check our website for the most up to date information.
For more information on MVA’s implementation of this new law please visit MVA’s website at: www.mva.maryland.gov. For more information about getting your Tax Certification, visit Obtain MVA Tax Certifications.
File Electronically With iFile
You can use our free iFile service to file your Maryland resident or nonresident tax return online for free, if you meet certain iFile Requirements and are filing Forms 502, 503 or 505.
Review the most important changes and benefits affecting the 2013 Maryland income tax filings.
NOTE: If filing a Form 503 and claiming more than two dependents YOU MUST FILE A FORM 502. Please do not send a Form 502B with your Form 503.
Want to Set Up a Payment Plan?
You can set up a payment plan for your personal income tax liability online, and pay by credit card. You can also pay your delinquent taxes online.