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October 19 2017 Newsletter (Indiana)

New Requirements for Referendum and Remonstrance Thresholds for Schools — The financial thresholds necessary to initiate petition and remonstrance and referendum processes for school corporations are changing per House Enrolled Act 1043 effective January 1, 2018.   …

Are Your Municipal Fees Covering Costs? — With the many fiscal challenges facing municipalities, it has become increasingly important to regularly review your fee structure to ensure existing fees remain adequate to recover the costs associated with providing municipal service.  This may also serve useful…

October 12, 2017 Newsletter (Indiana)

Thirty-Five Year Utility Financing Option — Umbaugh completed the first financing through the Indiana State Revolving Fund’s (SRF) new program that allows for up to a 35-year repayment period for pipe components of utility improvement projects. The Town of Michigantown was the first to…

October 5 2017 Newsletter (Indiana)

Thinking About the Future — When we say the future we don’t mean 2018, we mean 2019 and beyond.  You have probably just finished adopting your community’s 2018 budget. Now that your 2018 budget is adopted this is the perfect time to start…

Top Five Reasons to Comply with Arbitrage Regulations — If you are an issuer of tax-exempt debt, there are five very good reasons to comply with the arbitrage rules of the Internal Revenue Code and related regulations. 5. It’s a valuable project-planning tool Periodic analysis…

September 21, 2017 Newsletter (Indiana)

TIME SENSITIVE REMINDER:  Adjust LIT by 10/31 to Generate Addtn’l Revenues — We have heard from a number of local units who are anticipating a revenue shortfall next year as you project next year’s revenue and plan your 2018 budgets. We have also heard that because of this serious dilemma,…

SEC Fines Local Official $37,500 — Since 2014, municipal bond issuers have experienced a heightened focus on continuing disclosure for outstanding bond issues and disclosures to the market for failures to comply with these obligations.  Over the past few years, Umbaugh’s client list to…

September 7, 2017 Newsletter (Indiana)

Is My Fiscal Plan Adequate? — Due to the lack of a threat of remonstrance, many communities have traditionally prepared super-voluntary annexation fiscal plans in-house.  However, with the change in annexation laws in the summer of 2015, the required content of the fiscal plan…

Three Compelling Reasons to Address Surplus Bond Proceeds — Do you have surplus bond proceeds remaining after completion of a project?  There are three very good reasons to develop a plan for utilizing these remaining proceeds. IRS Requirements - Most bonds issued to finance…

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