Whitehouse Named to Maryland Commission

Peter Franchot, George Whitehouse  Photo courtesy of Van Eperen & Company

Peter Franchot, George Whitehouse
Photo courtesy of Van Eperen & Company

Payroll Network, Inc. announced recently that its executive vice president, George Whitehouse, CPA has been appointed to the Maryland Commission to Study the Regulation of Payroll Services. Payroll Network, based in Rockville is a workforce management solutions provider that customizes payroll, timekeeping, tax filing and human resources services to address the unique requirements of employers in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Whitehouse has more than 40 years experience in the payroll processing industry. He joins the statewide Commission as a designee of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.

I am honored to be named to the Commission and to the opportunity to continue making an impact on the overall quality of payroll services in Maryland. Providing the highest level of service has always been a part of Payroll Network’s mission, and I look forward to applying my expertise, in my service on this important statewide commission,” said George Whitehouse, CPA and executive vice president for Payroll Network.

The Commission to Study the Regulation of Payroll Services, formed as a result of legislation passed in the 2013 Maryland General Assembly in 2013, is studying the overall functions and services provided by firms operating within the state of Maryland. The commission – which is being chaired by State of Maryland Deputy Comptroller David F. Roose – will provide recommendations to the Governor and the legislature on matters pertaining to the regulation of payroll service companies in the state, and in establishing best practices for preventing fraud in tax collection and payment.

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