We are happy to share important updates and information provided by the State of Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (DLLR) about the new Maryland Sick and Safe Leave.
Maryland Sick and Safe Leave Initial Guidance
This article is for MD employers and employees and lays out some initial guidance regarding the new HB1. This outlines what you need to know about this new legislation. It also provides a dedicated email address to which any questions or comments should be directed.
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Today we are sharing with you an article written by Fiona W. Ong, Co-chair, Maryland Chamber of Commerce Labor and Employment Committee. Please click the button below to open and download the full article regarding HB1.
“On January 12, 2018, the Maryland General Assembly overrode Governor Hogan’s veto of 2017’s mandatory paid leave law, House Bill 1. Therefore, Maryland employers are now required to provide paid leave to employees. As of now, per state legislative guidelines, this law will take effect on February 11, 2018, though the Maryland Chamber plans to request an extension.”
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New Maryland Healthy Working Families Act
Effective February 11, 2018, Maryland’s Healthy Working Families Act requires Maryland employers to provide leave time to employees for illness or other specified personal obligations. Employers with 15 or more employees must provide leave on a paid basis. Employers with 14 or fewer employees may provide leave on an unpaid basis. There are certain exceptions to the law and currently, the Maryland legislature is debating the […]
January 2018 Client Memo
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New Pass‐Through Entity Rules
One of the most important – and complicated – changes in the new tax reform act is the tax rules affecting small businesses that are treated as “pass‐through entities.”
The good news is that if you own one of these businesses you may get as much as a 20 percent reduction to the taxation of business net income under the new rules. However, calculating […]