Indiana Board of Tax Review may not “ride in on a white horse to save the day” for Assessor who failed to prove his case

Indiana Board of Tax Review may not “ride in on a white horse to save the day” for Assessor who failed to prove his case

Name: CVS Corporation #2519-01 v. Lake County Assessor and CVS Corporation #0434-01 v. Lake County Assessor Date Issued: May 22, 2020 Property Type: Retail pharmacy Assessment Years: 2007 – 2014, 2012 – 2016 Synopsis: In Indiana property tax appeals, taxpayers and assessors alike are responsible for … [Read more...]

Has your Indiana property tax assessment increased?  Four reasons the burden of proof may have shifted to the Assessor to prove the higher value should stick.  Appeals due no later than June 15th.

Has your Indiana property tax assessment increased? Four reasons the burden of proof may have shifted to the Assessor to prove the higher value should stick. Appeals due no later than June 15th.

Did you or your company open your property tax bill or assessment notice from an Indiana assessor this spring and experience sticker shock? If so – whether retail, office, apartments, industrial, or something else – you can file a petition to challenge that higher value on or before June 15, 2020. Depending on the … [Read more...]

Indiana Tax Court affirms rejection of Tenant’s claims that Assessor improperly included value of land in taxable leasehold interest

Indiana Tax Court affirms rejection of Tenant’s claims that Assessor improperly included value of land in taxable leasehold interest

Name: Square 74 Associates LLC v. Marion County Assessor Date Issued: December 3, 2019 Property Type: 7-story 209,888 square foot public parking garage with 31,000 square feet of first floor retail consisting of five tenant suites Tax Years: 2008 – 2011 Point of Interest: Where a lease failed to … [Read more...]

Indiana Property Tax:  Marion County Keeps the Heat on Multifamily Property Tax Assessments

Indiana Property Tax: Marion County Keeps the Heat on Multifamily Property Tax Assessments

Given today’s unprecedented stress and uncertainty, multifamily property owners in Marion County, Indiana should explore all avenues that could help reduce their property tax bill. A little due diligence — and some informed advice — can save a lot of money in property taxes. Marion County has started to mail … [Read more...]

In updated COVID-19 FAQ, Indiana Department of Local Government Finance clarifies application of interest to late property tax payments; No change (yet) to 2020 assessment notice & appeal deadlines; Abatement compliance extended; Waiver of penalties on special assessments and fees

In updated COVID-19 FAQ, Indiana Department of Local Government Finance clarifies application of interest to late property tax payments; No change (yet) to 2020 assessment notice & appeal deadlines; Abatement compliance extended; Waiver of penalties on special assessments and fees

On April 24th, the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance updated its FAQ covering topics related to "COVID-19 & Executive Orders," as those orders relate to property tax assessments, collections and payments. Interest On Late Payments Section 12 addresses the application of interest to Spring 2020 … [Read more...]

Continuing to Respond to COVID-19, Indiana Governor Orders Statewide Extension of Personal Property Tax and Abatement Compliance Deadlines to June 15th

Continuing to Respond to COVID-19, Indiana Governor Orders Statewide Extension of Personal Property Tax and Abatement Compliance Deadlines to June 15th

On April 23, 2020, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb issued Executive Order 20-23, providing a statewide thirty-day extension on the filing of personal property tax returns, property tax abatement compliance documents, and certain tax incentive applications (Enterprise Zone Investment Deduction, Abatement Deduction … [Read more...]