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Tax Law in Maryland

If the taxman is calling and you’re not liking what he has to say, a Maryland Tax attorney may be able to help.

Read on to learn:

  • When a MD tax lawyer can help you
  • The types of taxes a MD tax attorney deals with
  • How to find free non-legal tax help
  • How to find legal tax help

A Maryland Tax Lawyer Can Help with these Tax Problems

A mistake with taxes could cost you thousands of dollars, tens of thousands of dollars, or even jail time. As we all know, a run in with a taxing authority is nothing to be taken lightly and is not to be faced alone.

Here are example scenarios where tax lawyers can help:

  • Paulo is a citizen of the U.S. and of Bolivia. He has been living in the U.S. for the last 6 years but hasn’t paid any income taxes.
  • Emily received an audit letter from the Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation. She runs a day care center.
  • Cora and Eric owe the IRS $30,000. They don’t have it.
  • Michael has just been arrested for tax evasion.
  • Juan thinks he overpaid his taxes for the past 2 years. The IRS disagrees.
  • Natasha is being audited for the third time. She wants representation and doesn’t want to face a future audit.
  • Jennifer needs information on “The Innocent Spouse Rule”. She wants to know if the rule would protect her.

A Maryland Tax Attorney Handles These Kind of Taxes

There are 5 times when your money can be taxed. Tax lawyers help to ensure that you’re paying enough – but not too much in taxes. They provide guidance in all 5 taxing events.

  • First, INCOME TAX. You are taxed when you earn money.
  • Second, PROPERY TAX. You are taxed when you own assets.
  • Third, GIFT TAX. You are taxed when you give money away.
  • Fourth, SALES TAX and USE TAX. You are taxed when you spend your money.
  • Fifth, DEATH TAX. You are taxed when you die and pass your money to loved ones.

Where do I Find Maryland and Federal Tax Laws?

Here are important tax links that may answer your questions, help you to ask the right questions, or create even more important questions.

How Do I Find Non-Legal Tax Help?

Check out the IRS and the Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxationfor non-legal tax help. You are welcome to call either taxing authority with questions, but representatives cannot provide legal advice.

How Do I Find Legal Tax Help?

To get legal advice about your individual situation, you must consult with a qualified lawyer. To find a Maryland tax attorney, search our site,, or ask the bar association or a friend for a referral.

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