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Kentucky Tax Developments

USA - October 26 2018 The sections below highlight several prominent legislative, administrative, and procedural developments and their impact on Kentucky taxpayers. I...

Mark A. Loyd, Brad Hasler, Brett J. Miller, Stephanie M. Bruns, Jeffrey T. Bennett.


Indiana tax developments

USA - October 26 2018 On June 21, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a landmark opinion impacting state sales and use tax regimes across the country in...

Mark A. Loyd, Brad Hasler, Brett J. Miller, Stephanie M. Bruns, Jeffrey T. Bennett.


Indiana Board of Tax Review Holds that Taxpayer Was Not Allowed to Withdraw Appeal After Assessor Obtained an Appraisal Report Showing that the Assessed Value Under Appeal Should be Increased

USA - October 12 2018 Taxpayer appealed assessment years 2016 and 2017 to the Indiana Board, which scheduled a hearing for April 30, 2018. Shortly before the hearing date...

Mark A. Loyd, Brad Hasler, Brett J. Miller, Stephanie M. Bruns, Jeffrey T. Bennett.


Property Owned by Public Charity and Leased to a Non-Profit Providing Affordable Housing Does Not Qualify for Property Tax Exemption - Review Denied

USA - October 12 2018 In Grand Lodge of Kentucky Free and Accepted Masons, et al. v. City of Taylor Mill et al., the Kentucky Court of Appeals held that the real property...

Mark A. Loyd, Brad Hasler, Brett J. Miller, Stephanie M. Bruns, Jeffrey T. Bennett.


Indiana Tax Court Holds that Environmental Contamination Does Not Always Justify a Reduction in Assessed Value

USA - October 12 2018 Taxpayer owned a contaminated former foundry facility purchased for $1.00 and entered into a Voluntary Remediation Program agreement. Shortly...

Mark A. Loyd, Brad Hasler, Brett J. Miller, Stephanie M. Bruns, Jeffrey T. Bennett.