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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

State of Maryland Targets Tech Industry for $200 Million in New Taxes

Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley signed into law on November 19th the "Tax Reform Act of 2007", enacted by the Maryland General Assembly during its 2007 Special Session.

The Act would extend Maryland's six percent sales tax to include a variety of computer services—computer facilities management and operation, custom computer programming, and computer system planning and design—that integrate computer hardware, software and communication technologies, computer disaster recovery and data processing, storage and recovery, as well as hardware or software installation, maintenance and repair.

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