Not Farmed, but Indiana Developer’s Vacant Land Assessed for Agricultural Use

Not Farmed, but Indiana Developer’s Vacant Land Assessed for Agricultural Use

Indiana encourages the development of farmland through a "developer's discount," whereby a developer can purchase the land, hold it for future development, and continue to pay property taxes based on the typically much lower base rate assigned to agricultural land.  On Friday, the Tax Court affirmed that the … [Read more...]

Indiana Tax Court Decides Foreign Source Dividends Are Deductible in Calculating Indiana NOLs

Indiana Tax Court Decides Foreign Source Dividends Are Deductible in Calculating Indiana NOLs

On March 28, 2013, the Indiana Tax Court issued its decision in Caterpillar, Inc. v. Indiana Dept. of State Revenue, holding that dividend income from foreign subsidiaries is deductible when calculating Indiana net operating losses.  The decision presents an opportunity for Indiana taxpayers with income from … [Read more...]