Md. lawmakers weigh rules, taxes for home-sharing rentals

ANNAPOLIS — Marylanders looking to make extra money sharing their homes with travelers could face stiffer state regulations and taxes under a bill being considered by the House Economic Matters Committee. The bill is the latest attempt by Maryland lawmakers and traditional businesses to find ways of overseeing the gig economy -- independent contractors who offer goods and ...

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