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Maryland Audit, Tax and Consulting
A strong history serving Maryland
As one of the largest accounting firms in Maryland, we combine full-service capabilities with deep resources, industry insight, practical advice and senior-level involvement to help middle market companies succeed.
Commitment to the community
In addition to serving the needs of our clients, our Baltimore office is committed to serving the needs of our community. We are honored to have received the Baltimore Mayor’s Business Recognition Award in 2015 for demonstrating outstanding community service.
Our office contributes to the RSM US Foundation, supporting organizations committed to providing a more stable environment for youth in the areas of hunger, housing and health, which will ultimately help them excel in education. This includes participation in the firm’s Dollars for Doers, RSM's Birdies Fore Love and RSM Volunteer Week.
In partnership with the Cristo Rey Student Sponsorship program and the Baltimore City YouthWorks program, we sponsor Baltimore-area students as they explore career opportunities throughout the city.
For information regarding the employment opportunities currently available in Maryland, please visit the Careers section of our site.
For more information, please contact:
- Marty Brunk, Baltimore Office Managing Partner, email@example.com, 410.246.9114
- Dara Castle, Frederick and Gaithersburg Market Managing Partner, firstname.lastname@example.org, 703.336.6400
- Dominic DuBois, Assurance Practice Leader, email@example.com, 410.246.9116
- Dan Whelan, Consulting Practice Leader, firstname.lastname@example.org, 410.246.9124
- Art Yonowitz, Tax Practice Leader, email@example.com, 410.246.9488
Maryland continues single-sales factor apportionment adoption trend; includes five-year phase-in beginning with the 2018 tax year.
Incentives package focuses on various income, property, and sales and use tax incentives for manufacturers adding jobs in the state.
Maryland Tax Court finds corporation had nexus in the state because “enterprise dependence” existed with in-state subsidiaries.
Maryland, Missouri and Indiana enact a new round of broadly applicable state tax amnesty programs.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the Commerce Clause requires a state to provide residents a credit for taxes paid to other states.
Maryland enacts tax amnesty program that applies to nonfilers and taxpayers that underreported or underpaid a wide variety of state and local taxes.
Maryland businesses with out-of-state subsidiaries should take note that these subsidiaries may not be shielded from Maryland corporate income tax.
Maryland’s complex rules for net operating losses subject taxpayers to a high risk of error. Is an overhaul of the system in order?
100 International Drive
Baltimore , MD 21202
Marty Brunk, Baltimore office leader
5291 Corporate Dr
Frederick, MD 21703
9801 Washingtonian Blvd.
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
Careers in Maryland
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