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Maryland’s deputy comptroller, Sharonne R. Bonardi, is leaving at the end of the year to become executive director of the Federation of Tax Administrators….

Maryland’s financial forecasters now predict a nearly $1 billion increase in state tax revenues this fiscal year. The Board of Revenue Estimates — Comptroller…

In 2020, politicians and county staffers attended a virtual Maryland Association of Counties summer conference amid growing concerns that the COVID-19 pandemic could stifle…

As part of an ongoing effort to account for state and federal stimulus funds coursing through the state’s coffers, a comptroller’s workgroup examined spending…

A workgroup convened by Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot (D) to track pandemic spending met for the first time Thursday, setting the stage for a…

Maryland’s economic recovery from a virus-induced recession continues to exceed expectations, and the state’s top fiscal leaders agreed Tuesday on revenue estimates that include…

With the congressional debate over a second COVID-19 stimulus dragging on, and more people facing hunger and potential homelessness, Maryland Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot…

Andrew M. Schaufele stepped out of his role as Maryland’s nonpartisan chief economist on Thursday to urge lawmakers to steer state spending toward areas…

Self-proclaimed “nerdy government guy” Andrew Schaufele will leave his job as Maryland’s top economist ― to work for different governments across the country. Schaufele,…

Budgets are frozen and new employees aren’t being hired, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) said Friday afternoon, moments after the state’s comptroller painted…