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Reopening the State of Maryland

As our local government continues to monitor COVID-19 cases in Maryland, conversations have begun around reopening the state. The MACPA is tracking official announcements from state and local authorities.

Regulatory Updates

Things are changing on an hour-by-hour basis, and we’re monitoring all of it. The MACPA is tracking official announcements from federal, state, and local authorities related to tax, licensure, business continuity / recovery, insurance, human resources, and more.

Resources from our Partners and Preferred Providers

Our partners and Preferred Providers represent the best organizations in their industries. The MACPA has compiled a list of COVID-19-specific resources for your benefit.

MACPA Conference and Event Status

Your wellbeing is our top priority. Due to the unprecedented situation with COVID-19, our events are taking place virtually until further notice.

As this situation continues to change, we will provide updates on all events here. Thank you for your patience and understanding.



From the MACPA Blog

Click below to read the newest posts on COVID-19.

February 22,2021

PPP reforms offer help for smallest businesses

By Bill Sheridan
January 26,2021

Maryland’s accelerated vaccination plan moves to Phase 1C; CPAs included in Phase 2

By Bill Sheridan
January 11,2021

Gov. Hogan proposes $1 billion in COVID-19 relief for Maryland residents, businesses

By Bill Sheridan
January 11,2021

Risks related to round-two PPP loans … and how to mitigate them

By Bill Sheridan
January 10,2021

Maryland rolling out COVID-19 vaccine in 3 phases; CPAs included in Phase 2

By Bill Sheridan
January 04,2021

Business funding is a key new advisory category for CPA firms

By Tom Hood
December 28,2020

Trump signs Coronavirus Response and Relief Act 2021

By Tom Hood
November 18,2020

New COVID-19 resources available as virus surges

By Bill Sheridan
November 11,2020

As COVID-19 cases surge, Maryland enacts new restrictions on restaurants, travel, indoor gatherings

By Bill Sheridan
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