ANNAPOLIS, Maryland – Tax breaks will go to businesses nationwide following Wednesday’s devastating tornadoes and flash floods, Maryland State Auditor Peter Franchot announced.
The extended due dates apply to a wide variety of taxes and fuel payments for both businesses and emergency responders.
“Although the tornado that hit Edgewater and Annapolis attracted most of the attention, it is clear that the remnants of Hurricane Ida left their mark on communities across Maryland,” Franchot said in a press release.
The Comptroller’s Office offers a waiver of interest and penalties for business taxpayers who cannot meet the September filing deadlines for the following types of taxes, provided they report and pay the taxes due on the following dates:
Tax type | Due date | Payed by
Sale & Use | September 20 | the 20th of October
Entrance & entertainment | September 10 | October 10th
Retention | September 15 | 15th October
Alcohol (depending on the type) | September 10th, 15th, 20th, 25th | October 10th, 15th, 20th, 25th