Supreme Court Wants SG's Input On Md. Tax Dispute

By Jonathan Randles (January 13, 2014, 2:31 PM EST) -- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday asked the solicitor general to weigh in on an appeal brought by Maryland's attorney general that challenges a ruling by the state's high court that would change the way the state can collect taxes on interstate business.

Maryland's taxing regime requires residents to pay a state income tax and county income tax. For income that is earned outside of the state, Maryland, like other states, provides its residents with a credit to offset income taxes they are required to pay to other states.

But that credit can only be used with respect to the state...

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