Welcome to the official social media account of the Indiana Department of Revenue Indiana DOR social media profiles and pages are a family-friendly outlet to promote our agency activities, events and programs.
Customer Social Media Comment and Post Policy
Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) social media accounts are monitored by staff to promote agency activities and initiatives. The agency’s goal is to share information with our customers in a timely fashion. DOR welcomes engagement by the public on social media at any time. However, given the need to manage state resources, content moderation and responses should only be expected during regular business hours. When engaging with DOR through social media, you agree to the following customer use policy.
DOR social media accounts are hosted by web services not owned by the state of Indiana and have different privacy and security policies. DOR is not responsible for, and does not endorse or guarantee, content, availability, viewpoints, products or services offered or expressed on non IN.gov portal websites. DOR's social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn) are not a method for reporting suspected tax fraud. If you suspect tax fraud, you can report it anonymously here.
DOR’s communications team monitors DOR social media platforms but is not responsible for content generated by users. DOR accepts comments but is not obligated to respond to comments or posts.
DOR can remove comments or posts that include the following:
- Obscene language or images
- Threats or defamatory statements
- Violent or racist language
- Endorse or oppose any type of religious opinions or activities
- Promote, foster or perpetuate discrimination on the basis of creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation
- Advocacy for any illegal activity
- Off-topic or spam
- Web links to malware or other suspicious programs or platforms
- Infringement on copyrights, – trademarks, or other intellectual property rights
- Political statements that endorse or oppose political candidates or ballot proposition
- Any disclosure of information that is confidential by law or regulation
- Any other content that violates State or Federal laws
- Advertising of any kind
If a member of the public has an immediate concern about posted content, contact the agency’s office either via telephone or e-mail.
Third-party users should not disclose personal or financial information on social media services. Agency personnel will remove personal information, such as Social Security numbers or driver’s license numbers, when identified, but the State or agency is not responsible for any damages caused by delays in removing the information. DOR is not responsible for personal content posted by users and any such information is posted at the user’s own risk.
Continuous violations of the above guidelines may result in the author being banned from the agency social media accounts. It may also result in an abuse report being filed with the social media service. Both banning and reporting of abuse may occur without warning and at agency discretion.