The Indy 500 is over, but off the track Indiana supports racing with sales tax exemptions

On Sunday, Dario Franchitti took his third checkered flag at the Brickyard and became the tenth driver to win at least three Indy 500s – a fantastic finish to the "Greatest Spectacle In Racing." Indiana loves racing and supports the business of motor sports in part through sales tax exemptions … [Read more...]

Aviation Taxation in Indiana, Part I: Department of Revenue Bulletin Outlines Sales and Use Tax Exemptions Relating to Aircraft Repairs

Indiana has long been recognized as the “cross roads” of America, but one day it may also be known as the “cross runways” of the nation.  The State of Indiana is promoting the growth of its aircraft repair industry through sales and use tax exemptions, and it is considering further expansion of exemptions for … [Read more...]

Sunny Days May Mean Property Tax Savings for Hoosiers Installing Solar Power Devices starting in 2012

As the City of Indianapolis gears up for 96th running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, with the temperature possibly reaching into the 90s, it strikes me as an appropriate moment to discuss how Hoosier property owners can turn the summer sun into future property tax savings with a newly added … [Read more...]

Property Tax – Actual posting of tax sale notice on property was “suspect” as applied to “un-improved, bare land” under the “unique” circumstances of the case.

In Marion County Auditor v. Sawmill Creek, Cause No. 49S02-1106-CV-364 (Ind.,  March 21, 2012), see http://1.usa.gov/GGOVfV, the Court reversed a trial court's order setting aside a tax sale deed on grounds that the Auditor's efforts to notify the taxpayer (Sawmill) fell short of constitutional due process … [Read more...]