The first Monday in September is associated with a number of traditions including, of course, a celebration of the achievements of American workers and the labor movement. For many people, it’s a milestone date on the calendar — the traditional end of summer and the start of the school year — that’s also done double duty as a kind of chore reminder. Labor Day is often cited as one of two times of the year to replace the batteries in household smoke detectors. But, as it happens, Labor Day is also an excellent time for Maryland residents to check on something else that too often gets neglected: property tax credits.
It’s Labor Day: Have you checked your property taxes?
September 2, 2022