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July 22, 2015
The Indiana Department of Revenue will conduct Tax Amnesty 2015 from Sept. 15, 2015 through Nov. 16, 2015.
Tax Amnesty 2015 is a limited-time opportunity for both individuals and businesses to pay past-due taxes free of penalty, interest, and collection fees. Existing tax liabilities, for all tax types managed by the department, for periods ending prior to Jan. 1, 2013, are eligible to participate in Tax Amnesty 2015.
In return for the full payment of the base tax, the state will:
Indiana’s first tax amnesty program was conducted in 2005. Taxpayers who participated in the 2005 amnesty program are not eligible to participate in Tax Amnesty 2015.
Of the outstanding taxes collected, the first $84 million will fund the Indiana Regional Cities Development Fund. The next $6 million will be allocated to the Indiana Department of Transportation to support the operation of the Hoosier State Rail Line. Remaining taxes collected will be deposited into the state general fund.
Tax Amnesty 2015 is authorized by the biennial budget in House Enrolled Act 1001, which was signed into law by Governor Mike Pence in May 2015.
Additional program details, including a list of eligible tax types, can be found at www.taxamnesty.in.gov.
July 20, 2015
The Indiana Department of Revenue’s newsroom has a new look! The newsroom has been modified to serve as a more user friendly news outlet.
The department’s newsroom is located on the department’s website here. This page contains media contact information, a media kit, and links to all department news releases.
Each news release now includes a short, descriptive paragraph and a related thumbnail image. These changes are designed to allow users to access easily and view the department’s latest news. Without opening the full news release, you can locate the news that interests you.
Do you want to keep up with department news on-the-go? The newsroom now has the option to share the department’s news releases directly to your Twitter page. By clicking on the Twitter icon for a news release, you can send a tweet with a link to the news release.
Although the newsroom has been modified, it continues to provide the up-to-date department information you’ve come to expect.
Click here to view the updated newsroom and catch up on the department’s most recent news.
You also can sign up to receive email updates every time the newsroom is updated. To subscribe, click here.