CVS might need some Tylenol to soothe its property tax headache in Bloomington, Ind. where the Indiana Tax Court won’t prescribe a discount the retailer sought for a pharmacy’s valuation.
INDIANAPOLIS — United Steelworkers Local 6787 is not primarily a charitable or educational entity, and, as a result, its Portage union hall and banquet center are not eligible for a property tax exemption.
In a 12-page ruling, Indiana Tax Court Judge Martha Blood Wentworth rejected the union’s claim that because its members generally are better educated than other citizens due to participation in union activities, and its buildings sometimes are used for free by charitable groups, that it qualifies to pay no property tax.
The Indiana Tax Court is taking its oral arguments on the road and heading to Bloomington this week.
The Indiana Tax Court affirmed an appraisal of $592,000 for a woman’s property, holding the owner appealing the judgment failed to relate her evidence for a lower appraisal to a Jan. 1, 2008, valuation date.
The Indiana Board of Tax Review did not err when it reduced the property assessments of Lafayette Square Mall for 2006 and 2007, the Indiana Tax Court ruled Friday.
Johnson County Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals v. KC Propco, LLC, 28 N.E.3d 370 (Ind. Tax 2015)By: Michael H. Michmerhuizen