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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...

Alliance Leverages Data and Investigation Capabilities to Combat Homestead Exemption Fraud February 27, 2012 10:15 AM EST WASHINGTON, DC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 02/27/12 -- LexisNexis� Risk Solutions and Tax Management Associates, Inc. (TMA) today announced that Delaware County, Ind. has discovered almost $1,500,000 in new revenue...

New York, NY, June 28, 2011 LexisNexis ® Risk Solutions today announced a strategic alliance with Tax Management Associates, Inc. (TMA) to accelerate its Revenue Discovery and Recovery programs for state and local governments. The programs identify areas of waste, fraud or abuse and seek to increase state and local government revenues through careful administration of existing tax sources.

By Lance Coleman Posted June 9, 2011 at 7:49 p.m. Alcoa, Inc., will pay the city of Alcoa and Blount County $4.1 million to cover the cost of back taxes, ending a decade-long dispute relating to how raw materials at the company are assessed. Blount County Property Assessor Mike Morton made the announcement at a press conference Thursday, saying that an estimated $2.1 million would go to Blount County and $2 million would go the City of Alcoa.