Proceed with Caution, Part VII (March 2013):  Jurisdiction in Indiana Property Tax Assessment and Exemption Appeals; Filing Petitions on Time (and Proving It)

Proceed with Caution, Part VII (March 2013): Jurisdiction in Indiana Property Tax Assessment and Exemption Appeals; Filing Petitions on Time (and Proving It)

Jurisdiction … It's about Property Taxes (for the Year Under Appeal) Indiana Board had jurisdiction to consider proper application of property "tax caps."  Fred W. Heaney v. St. Joseph County Assessor, Pet. No. 71-001-08-3-5-00001 (April 19, 2012) (March 1, 2008 assessment).  The Indiana Board held that it has … [Read more...]

Purchases of Industrial Magnets Attract Indiana Use Tax Assessments; One Sticks, Three Don’t

Purchases of Industrial Magnets Attract Indiana Use Tax Assessments; One Sticks, Three Don’t

Producer of dry milled corn products claimed it used magnets in its production process The Indiana Department of Revenue assessed use tax against a producer of dry milled corn products for its purchases of industrial magnets.  Producer claimed the magnets were exempt from sales and use tax because they were used … [Read more...]

Indiana Board of Tax Review rules on application of new statute permitting use of comparable assessments to challenge a property’s value

Indiana Board of Tax Review rules on application of new statute permitting use of comparable assessments to challenge a property’s value

          Indiana Code § 6-1.1-15-18, added to Indiana law by P.L. 146-2012, provides that to accurately determine a property’s market value-in-use, a taxpayer or an assessing official may: (1) in a residential property proceeding, introduce evidence of the assessments of comparable properties located in the same … [Read more...]