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Frequently Asked Questions from Tax Professionals

2. How do I register for the annual Maryland Tax Updates?


2017 State of Maryland Tax Updates

The 2017 State of Maryland Tax Updates, sponsored by the Maryland Society of Accountants and Tax Professionals (MSATP), have been scheduled as follows:

November 9, 2017 Holiday Inn, Frederick 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm (Live and Webinar)
November 27, 2017 Martin's Crosswinds, Greenbelt 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (Live)
December 1, 2017 Clarion Hotel, Ocean City 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm (Live)
December 14, 2017 Turf Valley Resort, Ellicott City 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm (Live and Webinar)


More information

For more information details on registering for these and other events, please visit MSATP’s web site at or call 1-800-922-9672.

The Comptroller of Maryland remains committed to providing the information necessary to properly prepare tax returns and updates on the latest law and regulation changes.  To this end, Revenue Administration Division will provide speakers to the MSATP, the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants, and other professional groups with whom we have partnered in the past.  In addition, we will continue to publish our annual tax update materials for use by our partners as well as make them available on request.

CPE Credits

CPAs, attorneys, and others licensed by state boards/organizations should check with their respective boards/organizations to determine if credits apply toward their continuing education requirements.

Links for Tax Professionals FAQs
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Frequently Asked Questions
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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