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‘I think it’s of great importance that we notify as many Maryland people as we can,’ says Stanley H. Block, a Baltimore tax attorney, about the state’s upcoming tax amnesty program. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)
‘I think it’s of great importance that we notify as many Maryland people as we can,’ says Stanley H. Block, a Baltimore tax attorney, about the state’s upcoming tax amnesty program. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

Tax amnesty program returns after six-year hiatus

Franchot expresses concerns that frequency of program rewards ‘bad behavior’

Starting Sept. 1, Marylanders who owe taxes to the state may be eligible to pay that money without penalties and pay only half of any interest associated with those unpaid bills. The state is expected to bring in an estimated $11.4 million in fiscal year 2016 from the tax amnesty program, an estimate likely on the ...

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