Knox County Among 5 Raising Taxes
New rates must pass state review
Knox County is among five counties where local income tax rates are expected to rise. WNIN’s John Gibson reports:
The Indiana Department of Revenue says Knox County’s rate will climb from .012 to .017 percent, on Saturday.
The tax rates are determined by county officials and sent to the state for review to make sure they comply with Indiana law.
The rates affect businesses with employees who live or work in the counties and have income tax withholdings.
The other counties planning to raise taxes are Boone, Johnson, LaPorte, and Monroe.
The Department of Revenue is also updating withholding instructions for a new adopted child exemption.
Current rates for all Indiana counties are available on the department’s website at dor.in.gov