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==See also==
==See also==
*[[Martin O'Malley|Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley]]
*[[Martin O'Malley|Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley]]
*[[Maryland Lieutenant Governor]]
*[[Lieutenant Governor of Maryland]]
*[[Maryland Attorney General]]
*[[Maryland Attorney General]]
*[[Maryland Secretary of State]]
*[[Maryland Secretary of State]]

Revision as of 18:34, 3 December 2010

State executive officials
State legislatures
The Comptroller of the State of Maryland is the chief financial officer of the government of Maryland.

The comptroller's main duties include collecting all of the revenues from state programs, to provide information technology services for most of the state agencies, to regulate the state’s alcohol, tobacco and motor fuel industries and he is also a member of many state boards and commissions including, the board of revenue estimates, the board of public works, the board of trustees of the State retirement and pension system, and also is a register of wills. The comptroller also performs audits for taxpayers for compliance, they handle delinquent tax collection, and they enforce license and unclaimed property laws. The agency also publicizes forgotten bank accounts, insurance benefits and other unclaimed assets of taxpayers.

The State Controller is elected to a four-year.

The current state controller is Peter Franchot.

Contact Information

Main Office
80 Calvert Street
P.O. Box 466
Annapolis, MD 21404-0466

Phone: 410-260-7801

See also

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