Chamber seeks changes to Md.'s business tax structure

Date: September 10, 2015

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston’s Herman Rosenthal, a Senior Tax Partner who serves as Co-Chair of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce Tax Policy Committee, spoke before the Maryland Economic Development and Business Climate Commission on Wednesday, September 9.  Appearing with Chamber of Commerce colleagues,  Rosenthal advised that the Commission could improve Maryland’s business climate by recommending certain major tax reforms and taking a position against combined tax reporting.  A full report appeared on the front page of the September 10 issue of The Daily Record. Click here for more.  (subscription required)