IRS Ruling Allows Company To Match Employees' Student Loan Payments Into Their 401(k)

A recent ruling by the IRS allows employers to link their employees’ 401(k) contributions, under certain circumstances, to student loan repayments (SLR) being made to an outside plan.

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MD Sales Tax-Free Shopping Week 2018

Maryland’s Comptroller’s office has announced that from Sunday, August 12th through Saturday, August 18th the state will be running its Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week. 

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Update of 2018 Standard Mileage Rates- Notice 2018-42

The IRS just recently posted updates regarding changes to the use of the standard mileage rates, as well as increased depreciation limits for automobiles.  Although the business standard mileage rate remains at 54.5 cents per mile, new amendments have been made as a result of the recent suspension of all miscellaneous itemized deductions (announced under Trump’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) that are subject to the 2% of AGI floor.  This suspension applies to the taxable years beginning after December 31, 2017, and before January 1, 2026.

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Tax Relief May Be Available For Property Owners Impacted By Heavy Rain and Flood Damage

SDAT Will Identify Damaged Real Property for Reassessment, Encourages Residents To Apply

The Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) is encouraging residents whose real property has been damaged by the recent severe weather to contact the Department, as they may qualify to have their property assessments reduced.

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UPDATE: IRS Provides Transition Relief for Health Savings Account Plans in Maryland

Under Maryland law, effective January 1, 2018, 100% of the cost of male sterilization was to be provided by insurance companies without a deductible, which put health plans with high deductibles (HDHPs) at risk for disqualification under federal law.  This conflict between state and federal law had the unforeseen consequence of invalidating Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) in Maryland.  The IRS is aware of Maryland’s law, and the resulting complications. 

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