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2018 Priorities

Please feel free to add anything you feel is important in the comments, and it might be added to this short list for 2018: Expansion of the Maryland Renters Tax Credit to include moderate-income renters. Better enforcement of lead paint laws, to include mandatory jail sentences for repeat offenders. Prioritizing affordable rental housing for moderate-income Read more about 2018 Priorities[…]

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Maryland Renters’ Tax Credit: Deadline September 1

The Renters’ Tax Credit is currently only available to low-income and/or senior renters.  However, our legislators did do something positive on this front during this year’s legislative session — the credit has been increased from $750 to $1000. HB340 was signed into law by Governor Hogan in May. If you think you might qualify for Read more about Maryland Renters’ Tax Credit: Deadline September 1[…]

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Renters Tax Credit Deadline: September 1

If you area renter and are low-income, a senior citizen, or disabled, you may qualify for a $750 credit on your Maryland income taxes. Go here for more information and to see income guidelines. You can also download the form here. (Link opens a PDF.) The deadline for filing is September 1 — if you’re Read more about Renters Tax Credit Deadline: September 1[…]