County Government Could Collect Money If You Live And Work In Different Counties

By Scott Sarvay

January 18, 2011 Updated Jan 18, 2011 at 7:07 PM EDT

Indiana (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Indiana lawmakers are tossing around the idea of a commuter tax for residents that live in one county but work in another.

Proponents say it would help pay for roads, police and fire departments.

The tax would be based upon income. For every $40,000 earned, you will leave behind $100 in the county where you earn a living.

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