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Tax Relief in Indiana

Indiana MapIndiana residents tend to fare well across various measures of personal tax responsibility in comparison with the rest of the United States. For example, Indiana’s flat rate of 3.4% for individual income tax ranks 10th lowest in the nation among states that levy an individual tax. The total tax collected per person with respect to both state and local taxes is approximately $838 in a typical year, putting the state in 22nd place. Also, with an average of $971 in property taxes levied per capita, Indiana is the 15th lowest nationwide.

At the federal level, the average income tax per resident is $8.739, making Indiana the 38th lowest among the fifty states.

However, Indiana has not been immune to the decline in the median household income level across the country, experiencing a significant 11.5% drop to an average of $50,553 per resident. This decline in income, combined with individual job loss, medical expenses, and other unexpected circumstances have led a number of Indiana residents to seek tax relief, as they face challenges in meeting their tax obligations in light of financial struggles. These struggles can include living from one paycheck to another, using every last dollar to pay the mortgage or rent, to put food on the table, to keep the heat and water on, and even to pay for the gasoline necessary to get to work; it can be difficult to set aside savings for tax bills when there's barely enough - and sometimes not enough - for immediate needs.

Tax relief companies are able to utilize strategies of negotiated penalty abatement, audit representation and reconsideration, and tax return amendment and review, among others, to help clients get out of their tax debt problems. Indiana residents who are delinquent in tax payments can use tax relief strategies to eliminate the stress of owing the IRS and state tax authorities, and to reduce the likelihood of having wages garnished or assets seized.

 

Indiana tax revenue nearly meets expectations in July and August

INDIANAPOLIS - State revenue from sales, income and other taxes came in just slightly off-target during the first two months of Indiana's budget year. Data released Friday by the State Budget Agency s...

Published:  Sat, 08 Sep 2018 05:00:00 GMT



Want Triple Tax Benefits Donate to Scholarship-Granting Organizations

This may sound too good to be true, but thanks to the Indiana Department of Education's School Scholarship Tax Credit Program, it's possible. And it's making some Indiana students' dreams of a charter ...

Published:  Mon, 10 Sep 2018 06:03:00 GMT



Indiana inks nearly $80M contract for tax-filing upgrade

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana's tax-filing technology is set for a years-long modernization under a nearly $80 million contract with a Colorado-based company. The Indiana Department of Revenue will pay ...

Published:  Sat, 08 Sep 2018 07:54:00 GMT



Indiana inks $77 million dollar deal to modernize tax system

Ryan Johnston is an editorial intern for Scoop News Group. Johnston contributes content to all SNG publications. Four years after implementing new tax monitoring technology, Indiana has all but elimin...

Published:  Fri, 07 Sep 2018 13:08:00 GMT



Supervisors approve roadwork change orders, extend tax break

county and Indiana Area School District on most of the 220 acres near Routes 422 and 286. An exception is Windy Ridge occupant Creps United Publications. Township officials said the Creps lot was sold ...

Published:  Thu, 13 Sep 2018 06:30:00 GMT



Ask The Mayor: Terre Haute's Bennett On New Taxes, Budget

County residents see three tax increases approved, the convention center project is moving forward quickly, city leaders are looking forward to seeing plans for the new jail, next year's city ...

Published:  Wed, 12 Sep 2018 04:05:00 GMT



Company got Indianapolis tax break despite pending appeals

... called Lilly's simultaneous tax appeals and tax break requests unusual. "I just find it a little odd, pushing the envelope a little," said Kurt Zorn, professor of public and environmental affairs ...

Published:  Sat, 08 Sep 2018 19:00:00 GMT



Indiana governor says truck toll not a tax; OOIDA says boycott the toll road

Less than two weeks after announcing a $1 billion infrastructure plan funded by a truck-only toll, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb recently addressed the trucking industry's concerns. Long story short: he s...

Published:  Fri, 14 Sep 2018 15:10:00 GMT



Corporate Taxes Miss The Mark Again In Monthly Collections

Indiana corporate tax collections have missed the mark 13 out of the last 15 months. That's after the tax revenue source came in below expectations in August. Indiana collected $1.5 million less ...

Published:  Fri, 07 Sep 2018 11:41:00 GMT



Congressman backs bill to make federal tax cuts permanent

A congressma has filed legislation to make last winter's federal tax cuts permanent. The personal tax cuts passed as part of tax reform are set to sunset in 2025. U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis filed legislat...

Published:  Wed, 12 Sep 2018 10:43:00 GMT



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