On May 27, 2014, the Supreme Court of the United States agreed to hear the Comptroller’s appeal regarding the constitutionality of Maryland’s credit for taxes paid to other states. The Supreme Court’s decision to hear the case comes a little over a year after the Maryland Court of Appeals denied the Comptroller’s motion for reconsideration of the state court’s taxpayer-favorable decision in Wynne v. Comptroller (431 Md. 147, 64 A.3d 453, 01/28/2013).
For those of you not following the case, it involves a taxpayer challenging Maryland’s limitation to its credit as only applying to the state portion of the …read more
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