Panel sends tax bills to state Senate

Bills aimed at adding caps on property tax bills to the state constitution and delaying increases on unemployment insurance
taxes are now before the full Republican-controlled Senate, weeks before the entire Legislature convenes on Jan. 5.

Read More

Tax caps thrill homeowners, assessments chill businesses

Soaring property taxes were arguably Indiana’s biggest problem in 2007. In 2008, the Legislature approved property tax caps
as a solution. But because the caps haven’t been implemented, debate is still raging over the consequences the caps will have
for local governments and whether they should be made permanent.

Read More

Tax reform fallout worries biz interests

Property tax reform is now Indiana law. Hoosier homeowners are thrilled. But many corporate leaders grumble the historic deal was brokered on the backs of business. Topping their concerns is the new 3-percent property tax cap for commercial and industrial properties, which they fear will slow business expansions and discourage companies from moving headquarters to the state.

Read More
{{ articles_remaining }}
Free {{ article_text }} Remaining
{{ articles_remaining }}
Free {{ article_text }} Remaining Article limit resets in {{ count_down }} days.