FIT To Be Tied

Beck, Bill
July 1999
Indiana Business Magazine;Jul99, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p25
Focuses on the legislation allowing the formation of mutual holding companies in Indiana. Impact on financial institutions; Policy to implement double taxation; Plan of banks and insurance companies to relocate charters and headquarters; Impact of the tax law on the business sector.


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