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The Tax Court has exclusive jurisdiction over any case that arises under the Indiana tax laws and that is an initial appeal of a final determination made by the Indiana Department of State Revenue or the Indiana Board of Tax Review. In addition, the Tax Court has jurisdiction over certain appeals from the Department of Local Government Finance. The Tax Court also hears appeals of inheritance tax determinations... Learn More »
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Judge Wentworth elected as a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel
May 12, 2018
At the May 2018 ABA Taxation Section meeting, Judge Wentworth was elected as a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel. The American College of Tax Counsel is a professional association of tax attorneys formed in 1981 that limits its membership to a maximum of 700 tax attorneys across the United States.
The purposes of the American College of Tax Counsel include fostering excellence and elevating professional standards in the practice of tax law, stimulating skills development and knowledge through participation in continuing legal education programs and seminars, providing for input by the tax bar into the development of tax laws, and facilitating the scholarly discussion and examination of tax policy issues. The College supports public conferences on tax policy issues, encourages the publication of scholarly articles, and sponsors the annual Griswold Lecture on Tax Policy given each winter at the College's Annual Meeting.
Judge Martha Blood Wentworth of Indiana named Tax Judge of the Year
September 17, 2017
Indiana Tax Court Judge Martha Blood Wentworth was recognized by her peers from across the United States by receiving the 2017 Lawrence L. Lasser Tax Judge of the Year, an award presented annually by the National Conference of State Tax Judges and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.