Indiana Republicans aren’t showing signs of putting the brakes on rising state gasoline taxes even as the state government continues its streak of fast-growing tax collections.
The Indiana Tax Court has dismissed an appeal from an Indianapolis law office that was ordered to pay an outstanding liability after it mislabeled withholding tax returns in 2021, finding the court lacked jurisdiction in the case.
Hoosiers should expect to start receiving the promised one-time $125 automatic taxpayer refund in the coming weeks, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday.
A man who failed to appear at two telephonic hearings for the appeal of his racetrack’s 2020 property tax assessment did not convince the Indiana Tax Court that a final determination against him should be overturned.
A seven-story, mixed-use development that makes up a large chunk of Indianapolis’ Massachusetts Avenue can keep its charitable exemption for the 2010 tax year despite opposition from the Marion County assessor, the Indiana Tax Court has ruled.
A plan for gradually cutting Indiana’s individual income tax rate over the next seven years has been signed into law by Gov. Eric Holcomb, the governor’s office announced Wednesday.
Indiana lawmakers gave final approval early Wednesday morning to a Republican tax-cut package that would gradually reduce state income taxes over the next seven years, but they failed to reach agreement on cutting the business personal property tax.
An American multinational ingredient provider that ran into trouble with the Indiana Board of Tax Review has secured a reversal from the Indiana Tax Court for its personal property taxes for the 2012 and 2013 tax years. However, it wasn’t as successful in its request for a refund after finding it overpaid for the 2011 tax year.
An Indiana Senate committee endorsed a tax proposal on Tuesday without the business and individual tax cut package potentially totaling more than $1 billion that the House approved last month.
Republican leaders in the House and Senate said from the outset of the 2022 legislative session that they didn’t see eye to eye on some of the highest-profile issues — and the Senate proved that last week when it stripped key provisions from several House bills.
Indiana lawmakers on Thursday approved expanding the number of people eligible for anticipated $125 payments this spring under the state’s automatic taxpayer refund law.
Republicans in the Indiana Senate gutted House Republicans’ plan for $1 billion in tax cuts within minutes of the bill’s first hearing in the Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee on Tuesday.
At the halfway point in this year’s legislative session, Republican leaders in the House and Senate continue to be at odds over the highest-profile issues of the session, including restrictions on employer vaccine mandates and tax cuts for businesses and individuals.
Republicans in the Indiana House passed their $1 billion individual income and business tax cut proposal Thursday on a 68-25 party-line vote, sending it to the Senate, where its future is murky.
Indiana House Republicans unveiled a tax plan to eliminate or lower four separate taxes that would result in $1 billion in tax cuts by 2025.
Indiana taxpayers will get a $125 refund after they pay their 2021 state income taxes, the governor’s office announced Wednesday afternoon.
Neither an assessor nor a longtime northern Indiana shopping mall met their burdens of proof in an appeal contesting tax assessments of the mall’s property for 2015 and 2016, the Indiana Tax Court concluded, ordering for the assessments to revert back to their 2010 value.
Business tax cuts and nixing government-imposed vaccine mandates will be among the legislative priorities for Indiana Chamber of Commerce next year, and top GOP lawmakers mostly appear to be on the same page.