Stop New Taxes on Maryland Employers
At the end of the 2020 Maryland legislative session, the General Assembly passed a bill that would create a gross receipts tax on revenues derived from digital advertising services in Maryland. The outcome was legislation that will increase costs for every single person and business that advertises services online—from the smallest mom-and-pop to the largest corporation. Governor Hogan promptly vetoed the bill.
Today, businesses of all sizes are marketing online. Access to online platforms is direct and easy to manage, and the digital advertising ecosystem benefits entities of every type across the entire spectrum of Maryland’s economy.
Now more than ever, the voices of Maryland’s job creators are critical.