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Deadline for all taxing units to adopt 2014 budgets, rates, and levies. IC 6-1.1-17-5(a)
If a taxpayer objection petition is filed, the appropriate fiscal body shall adopt with the appropriate 2014 budget a finding concerning the objections in the petition and any testimony presented at the adoption meeting. IC 6-1.1-17-5(c)
Last day for schools to adopt their 2014 CPF Plan and Bus Replacement Plan. IC 20-46-6-8.1; IC 20-46-5-6.1
Deadline for second and third class cities to adopt salary ordinances. IC 36-4-7-3
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Last day for filing an exemption application by an owner and for approval by the property tax assessment board of appeals of the application if the county auditor did not give notice to the owner of his or her failure to apply. (First Monday in November, per statute.) IC 6-1.1-11-5(d).
Last day for the TAB or county auditor to complete review of tax rates for the 2014 budget year. In Marion County or a county containing a second class city, this action must be completed by December 1. IC 6-1.1-17-9
Last day for civil units to file adopted 2013 budgets with county auditor and County Tax Adjustment Board (TAB). Must not be later than two (2) days after budget adoption. IC 6-1.1-17-5.
Last day for units to submit their 2014 budgets, rates, and levies to the Department through Gateway.
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Last day a claim for refund may be filed for the November installment three (3) years prior (2010-2012) as a result of a Correction of Error (Form 133). IC 6-1.1-26-1.
Due date for second installment 2012 pay 2013 property tax bills. IC 6-1.1-22-9
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Only if the proposed 2014 budgets, rates, or levies are modified by the TAB or county auditor, the county auditor is required—within 15 days of the modification—to publish a notice of the adopted tax rates for the various funds in each taxing district (“TAB chart”). For Marion County and counties containing a second class city, this publication must occur by December 16. IC 6-1.1-17-12
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Ten or more taxpayers or one taxpayer that owns property that represents at least 10% of the taxable assessed valuation in the political subdivision may appeal the TAB or county auditor’s modification of a political subdivision’s 2014 budget, rate, or levy by filing an objection with the county auditor. The statement must be filed not later than ten days after the publication of the “TAB chart.” For Marion County and counties containing a second class city, this appeal must occur by December 26. IC 6-1.1-17-13. (Unit may appeal TAB Chart to Department for increase in its tax rate or levy as modified by TAB or county auditor).