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Frequently Asked Questions from Tax Professionals

8. Where can I review recent court decisions affecting Maryland tax law?

A good source for his information is our quarterly newsletter ReveNews. ReveNews is published four times a year and it provides helpful information about court decisions, legislative changes, revenue trends and other topics related to Maryland tax law.

To request a free subscription, contact:

Michelle Byrnie-Parker
Office of Communications, Box 466
Goldstein Treasury Building
Annapolis, Maryland 21404-0466
E-mail: mbyrnie-parker@comp.state.md.us
Phone: 410-260-7300 (voice)
TTY users call via Maryland Relay at 711 in Maryland or 1-800-735-2258

You can review Maryland Tax Court opinions by visiting the Maryland Tax Court Web site. For Maryland appellate court opinions, visit the Maryland Judiciary Web site.



 
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Tax Professionals FAQs
  q1 - How do I know when Maryland will decouple from federal tax law?
  q2 - How do I register for the annual Federal-State Tax Institutes?
  q3 - How can I arrange for a speaker to come talk to my organization?
  q4 - Where can I find Maryland tax laws and regulations?
  q5 - What is the best way to contact you when I have a technical question?
  q6 - Can I obtain Maryland forms on compact disc?
  q7 - How can I set up an electronic funds transfer?
  q8 - Where can I review recent court decisions affecting Maryland tax law?
  q9 - I'm thinking about becoming an e-file provider. How do I get started?
  q10 - How can I establish power of attorney for state tax purposes?
  q11 - Can Maryland fiduciary returns be electronically filed?
  q12 - How does Maryland monitor compliance among tax practitioners?
  q13 - If my clients electronically filed return is rejected and must be filed on paper how do I document this?
  q14 - If my client opts out of electronic filing how do I document this so that there is no penalty under the electronic filing mandate for preparers?
  q15 - How do I submit copies of other states returns with my clients electronic return?
  q16 - How do I submit required attachments with my client's electronic return?
 
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