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House Bill 1811


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House Bill 1811

ARCHIVE (2003)

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DIGEST OF HB1811 (Updated April 25, 2003 3:53 PM - DI 84)

Various tax matters. Prohibits the state from purchasing supplies or services from a business that is delinquent in payment of sales tax. Provides that out-of-state businesses that do business with the state are to be treated as if they are located in Indiana for purposes of collecting and remitting the sales tax. Requires the filing of an amended Indiana return when modifications in a taxpayer's federal return results in a change in the taxpayer's adjusted gross income. Eliminates a requirement that a withholding agent that makes electronic adjusted gross income deposits file a quarterly return. Expands the penalties applicable to a person who does not register an aircraft and pay applicable gross retail taxes. Eliminates the requirement that the department of state revenue collect vehicle identification information on a tax return. Allows the department of state revenue to remove a person who is not liable for unpaid tax from an assessment notice. Indicates that the limitation period on the issuance of an assessment does not apply to an assessment reissued to the persons liable for the tax. Gives a county fiscal officer conducting an investigation relating to the innkeeper's tax, food and beverage tax, or admissions tax concurrent jurisdiction with the department of state revenue and the audit, investigatory, appraisal, and enforcement powers of the department, and authorizes the county fiscal officer to recover related court costs, fees, and expenses. Authorizes certain cities to impose an admissions tax upon the price of admissions to certain entertainment facilities. Repeals an obsolete law granting an expired investment credit and a criminal penalty for failure to provide motor vehicle information to the department of state revenue.
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