Local governments pay consultants for advice in era of property tax cuts

Program: WVPE Features

Reporter: Daniel Robison, WFIU, for IPBS

Airdate: 09/01/2009

New Indiana property tax laws have changed how revenue flows from taxpayers to local governments. Confronted with unfamiliar territory, local government officials are spending thousands for private consultants to sort out laws and provide suggestions at a time when they're also slashing budgets and cutting services.

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