Clearview Group’s Mike Ginski & Chris Tracy to Present on Newly Passed MD Digital Goods Sales Tax

Tuesday, May 18th | 1pm

Facilitated by the MD Innovation Center, join Clearview Group’s Directors of State & Local Tax, Mike Ginski and Chris Tracy for an Q&A Information session on the newly passed Maryland Digital Goods Sales Tax.

Originally passed in 2020, the bill was then vetoed by Governor Hogan and overridden in 2021. The bill became effective on March 14, 2021 and affects all businesses from software developers, marketing consultants, and even professional photographers.

During the session, we will discuss the history of the bill, what changes have been made, and address questions on specific issues surrounding the new Maryland sales tax law changes. Bringing an expert to the community to present on the new Maryland Digital Goods Sales Tax will help innovators understand the impacts on Maryland businesses and consumers.

A sample of digital items that can be taxed include E-books, online publications, online subscriptions, the sale or subscription to online software, downloads of movies, digital sporting events, educational materials, online games, classes, audio or video greeting cards, design files and models, online templates, digital photographs and artwork, prerecorded or live performances, music, speeches, and audio books. In addition, customer lists and mailing lists will now be subject to Maryland’s sales tax, which comes up frequently when a business is sold.

We hope you will join to learn more about this new tax law and how it will affect your business moving forward.

 

Registration will close on May 18 at 11 AM.

 

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