Indiana's House Speaker thinks it’s time to let the tax system settle.
The state is about $39 million below its projected revenue levels for this fiscal year.
A study from the Council on State Taxation reports that Indiana’s tax burden on businesses is the lowest of any of its neighbors.
The Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault has closed due to outstanding taxes owed dating back to 2012.
A legislative study committee is determining whether to eliminate the business personal property taxes and replace it with other revenue.
Gov. Mike Pence and other tax authorities met Tuesday to discuss ways of simplifying the tax code.
Gov. Mike Pence says he is holding a conference in order to make the tax climate in Indiana more competitive.
Indiana's tax revenue is still $50 million lower than projections with only one month left in the fiscal year.
Indiana’s individual income tax burden is 22nd in the nation, despite a business tax climate in the top 10.
Gov. Pence announced a summit aimed at simplifying the tax code and making Indiana's taxes more competitive with other states.