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FAIR + EQUITABLE - a publication of IAAO  According to Governing magazine, 30 states and the District of Columbia have passed laws legalizing marijuana in some form, opening the door to new opportunities and challenges for assessors in valuing an industry that has in the past...

By Anthony Branciforte Journal Inquirer WINDSOR LOCKS — The 2017 grand list rose by 4.4 percent, or nearly $60 million, largely due to an ongoing personal property audit for local businesses. Totaling about $1.3 billion, the grand list shows an increase in all three categories of taxable property. The...

As TMA grows from both an audit 
and a technology standpoint, so must the applications that support our business and customers. The evolution of a product is key to its success and longevity. This helped to make the case for updating our Cost Analysis Valuation...

By Mark Cooke - Audit Report Issue 51. As you have probably read in other articles, I love data.  I’m not ashamed.  It’s a passion and I’m proud.  From social science behavioral data to pure quantitative performance metrics; from big data to little data; messy dirty data...

By Adam Benson The Bulletin Posted Oct. 20, 2015 at 5:26 PM NORWICH - An oversight in Norwich’s tax collection process that went undetected for three years will lead to almost $1 million in new revenue being poured into the city’s coffers. Computer Science Corporation, which paid Norwich...

Alliance leverages data and investigation capabilities to combat Homestead Exemption fraud ATLANTA and WASHINGTON, DC (September 14, 2015) – LexisNexis® Risk Solutions today announced that three Indiana counties – Allen County, Delaware County and Vanderburgh County – have discovered more than $4.6 million in new revenue...

Check out the following article from "Government Technology" about TMA's and LexisNexis' recent success in Delaware County, Indiana. Original source: http://www.govtech.com/budget-finance/County-Uses-Fraud-Solution-to-Unearth-15-Million.html March 8, 2012 By Brian Heaton A fraud solution that combines analytics technology and investigative research has helped Delaware County, Ind., uncover$1.5 million in lost property tax revenue. Developed...