Comptroller Franchot Announces Tax Credit Outreach
for AA Small Business Owners
- Press Event Highlights Potential Tax Credits Under Affordable Care Act -
WHO: Comptroller Peter Franchot
Mayor Joshua Cohen, City of Annapolis
Carolyn Quattrocki, Director, Governor’s Office of Health Reform
Ray Terry, North Arundel Chamber of Commerce
Jamal Lee, Small Business Owner
Mikal McCartney, Microenterprise Council of Maryland
Rhett Buttle, Small Business Majority
Vincent DeMarco, Maryland Health Care For All! Coalition
WHAT: Comptroller Franchot, along with Mayor Joshua Cohen and small business owners will announce an expansion of the first-of-its-kind outreach campaign to small businesses in Anne Arundel County which may be eligible for special tax credits.
The Comptroller’s Office is participating in a pilot program introduced by Maryland Health Care for All Coalitionaimed at informing more than 5,800 small businesses in Anne Arundel County about potentially eligibility for tax credits under the Affordable Care Act. Using tax data, the Comptroller’s Office compiled the list of businesses and is mailing out the notice to protect confidentiality. .
WHERE: Louis. L. Goldstein Treasury Building
80 Calvert Street
Annapolis, MD 21401