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How Do I Request an Appeal Hearing?

You have the right to file an appeal if you are assessed tax or a fee or if your refund is denied. If you have received a notice and would like to file an appeal, follow the instructions in the notice. Appeals must be in writing.  For additional information see Your Rights Regarding Appeal.

Request an Appeal Online at the Maryland Online Hearing Appeal Request system.

Request an Appeal by Mail by sending it to: 

          Comptroller of Maryland
          Hearings and Appeals Office
          301 West Preston Street, Room 315
          Baltimore, Maryland 21201-2383

Request an Appeal by E-mail by sending it to



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