Check out this post for the latest Tax Section updates straight from section chair Marc Caito of KPMG LLP.
Nashville is the newest $100 billion city, thanks to tax increment financing. Check out this article to read more about the city's road to success and how Indy can learn from their example.
The Supreme Court of the United States' ruling in Comptroller v. Wynne on May 18 may mean that Hoosiers paid illegal taxes on out-of-state earnings.
On Thursday, June 11, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen announced new steps to protect taxpayers form identity theft tax fraud. Read more here.
The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled in a case in early May that a woman who obtained a judgment lien in 2006 against a co-owner of a property later sold in a tax sale has priority over other claims for the tax sale surplus.
The purpose of the IndyBar Tax Section is to promote the objects of the Association within the field of taxation, with emphasis on continuing the legal education of the members of the Association in the field of taxation and on studying and making recommendations with respect to tax legislation.
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A Message from the Section Chair
“Welcome to the Tax Section of the Indianapolis Bar Association. The purpose of this Section is to promote the mission of the IndyBar within the field of taxation. We emphasize remaining current and up to date through continuing legal education for members of the IndyBar. The Tax Section organizes programs and events aimed at informing practitioners of developments in the law concerning Indiana and Federal taxation and encouraging the formation of beneficial professional relationships among its members. The membership of the Tax Section is diverse and touches all areas of the tax law, including Federal, state and local individual and business taxation, estate tax planning and employee benefits taxation. The Tax Section Committee continually strives to develop and host CLE programs that appeal to the varying interests of its members. I encourage you to get involved with our committee and would love to hear program ideas or any suggestions from you. ”
Marc Caito - 2015 Tax Section Chair - KPMG LLP