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Once again, farmland assessments and property taxes are going up. The Department of Local Government Finance, which oversees the property tax in Indiana, has set the base rate per acre of farmland for 2015 taxes at $2,050 per acre. That's a 16 percent increase from the base rate for 2014 taxes.
With the start of tax season, security experts are reminding everyone to be on the lookout for perennial scams targeting unsuspecting taxpayers. For example, individuals may receive tax-related phishing emails that link to bogus websites designed to trick recipients into disclosing personal information.
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