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House Bill 1055

House Bill 1055

ARCHIVE (2004)

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DIGEST OF HB 1055 (Updated March 4, 2004 9:12 pm - DI 52)

State and local administration. Grants a youth baseball and softball organization an additional period in which to file an application for a property tax exemption. Provides that a taxpayer that is otherwise entitled to a community revitalization enhancement district ("district") tax credit may claim the credit regardless of whether any incremental income or sales taxes have been deposited in the incremental tax financing fund established for the district or have been allocated to the district. Provides that a district must terminate not later than 15 years after incremental income or sales taxes are first allocated to the district. Provides that if the budget agency fails to act on an ordinance or a resolution designating a district within 120 days, the ordinance or resolution is considered approved. Permits an advisory commission on industrial development or the executive of a municipality or county to petition the budget agency for permission to modify the boundaries of a district. Establishes a procedure and criteria for appealing a decision by the department of state revenue that a taxpayer is not eligible for the community revitalization enhancement district tax credit because the taxpayer's business relocated operations into the district from another location in Indiana. Provides that the Randolph County council may impose a county economic development income tax at a rate of 0.25% to finance the construction, acquisition, renovation, and equipping of the county courthouse. Allows certain taxpayers to retroactively claim missed property tax exemptions. Allows certain taxpayers to file an amended personal property tax return for the 2001 assessment date.
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