Tax Laws Go Into Effect

Carvlin, Elizabeth
July 2006
Bond Buyer;7/19/2006, Vol. 357 Issue 32426, p39
Trade Publication
The article reports on the approval of rules expected to standardize property tax management in Indiana. With the new rules, the state hopes to improve its data entry to reduce redundancy and to lay out guidelines for a local property tax management information system. The new process is designed to eliminate duplication of data entry and errors.


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