Stefi George

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A versatile tax lawyer, Stefi George advises clients in tax planning, compliance, controversy, and litigation. Versed in state and local, international and federal taxation, clients value her expansive knowledge of the intricacies of tax issues and her ability to navigate complex tax issues in all areas of taxation.  Stefi works with multinational corporations, including equipment and vehicle lessors, financial institutions, and manufacturers; local businesses; individuals and families.

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Updated: Maryland’s Latest Attempt to Fix its Digital Ad Tax May Lead to More Litigation

Shortly after the Maryland passed the country’s first “Digital Advertising Gross Revenues Tax”, H.B. 732, the Maryland Senate went to work attempting to fix a few known glitches in the law. Senate Bill 787, which passed the Maryland General Assembly on April 12, 2021, is now headed to the Governor’s desk for signature. If the … Continue Reading

What Will Come of Maryland’s Unique and Controversial Digital Advertising Tax?

On February 12, 2021, overriding the Governor’s veto, Maryland enacted a first-of-its-kind tax “Digital Advertising Gross Revenues Tax” that has already sent shockwaves through the industry. As widely anticipated, within one week of the enactment four trade associations representing industry leaders filed suit in Maryland federal court to attempt to overturn the tax.… Continue Reading

IRS Issues Limited Guidance On Employee Payroll Tax Deferral and Puts Onus on Employers

On August 8, 2020, President Trump issued a Memorandum to the Secretary of the Treasury authorizing the deferral of payroll taxes for certain employees from September 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020. Employers and payroll processors have eagerly awaited guidance from the IRS to address significant questions regarding implementation of the deferral. Late Friday, just … Continue Reading

Texas Joins the Amnesty Wave

Texas has joined the growing list of states providing amnesty programs for taxpayers with unreported tax liabilities.  Texas announced a temporary amnesty program that will commence on May 1, 2018 and run through June 30, 2018.  The Comptroller is expected to offer further details regarding the program in the coming weeks.… Continue Reading
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