Editor’s Note: This story published Wednesday based on erroneous information from a spokesperson with the Maryland Comptroller’s office. The spokesperson later said that different state guidance was being released, but digital advertising tax guidance will not be released until at least July. Here’s an update.
Maryland will release guidance this week on applying the state’s new digital advertising tax, the first of its kind in the U.S., after a bill delaying its start date became law last week.
“We expect to publish additional guidance by the end of the week,” a spokesperson with Comptroller Peter Franchot’s office said Wednesday.