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"Nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes"
Posted on: Aug 28, 2017

Read up on the Taxman Brewing Company before attending our CLE and social on September 21!

Marion County Recorder Announces Fee Changes
Posted on: Jul 27, 2017

Changes in Indiana law through Senate Enrolled Act 505, provided new recording fees effective July 1, 2017 for all 92 counties. However, the Indianapolis City-County Council was required to adopt an ordinance to maintain predictable recording fees. The Council unanimously passed the ordinance on July 10, 2017 effective August 1, 2017.

In 'Most Regressive' State, Seattle Passes Tax on Highest Incomes
Posted on: Jul 12, 2017

Washington state's tax system has been called the most regressive in the country, as the state collects no income tax nor do any of its cities. But Seattle is looking to change that: On Monday, its city council passed an income tax on its highest earners.

Bar-wide, Time-sensitive Opportunities
Posted on: Jun 26, 2017

The IndyBar has some updates that you may want to share with your section members or colleagues. Please note: some of these opportunities have fast-approaching deadlines.

If you have any questions, please contact Kim Ferguson at kferguson@indybar.org.

Senators ask IRS to clarify student debt refinancing rules
Posted on: May 9, 2017

"Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and a group of 14 other senators from both parties are asking the Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department to clarify their rules to enable more lenders to refinance student loans."

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