File your business' Annual Report and Personal Property Tax Returns, and pay local, state, and federal taxes.

Tax laws vary by location and business structure, check with federal, state and local governments to find out your business' tax obligations.

Pay County and Municipal Real and Personal Property Taxes

The Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation values real and personal property owned by businesses, and then certifies those assessments to local governments. Some Maryland counties and towns collect real and personal property tax based on those values.

Remember, a business that owns or leases personal property, or maintains a trader’s license with a unit of local government, is required to file a Personal Property Tax Return. For more information on how to file, visit the Maintain Good Standing Status page.

If a property is owned by a charitable or educational organization and is used for the charitable or educational purpose, that property may qualify for a property tax exemption under the statute of law as stated in Tax Property Article 7-202. To apply for a property tax exemption, please complete this application.

Pay County and Municipal Business Taxes

Don't forget to file and pay other business-related taxes with the Maryland Comptroller, the federal IRS, or another entity.