Income tax neither simple nor fair

Marcus, Morton
April 2005
Indianapolis Business Journal;4/11/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p13
Comments on the Indiana individual income taxation. Deduction for housing arrangements; Provision of subsidy to homeowners through the property-tax replacement credit, the homestead credit and the homestead exemption on the property-tax bill; Question on the special tax treatment for residents of Lake County; Exemptions for people 65 years-old and older.


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