IN Department of Revenue Sending Out Delayed Tax Bills

Individuals who owe taxes will begin seeing bills starting this week and they will be continued to be sent out through December 2020.

(Indianapolis, Ind.) – The Indiana Department of Revenue has started sending out tax bills that have been delayed from earlier this year due to tax filing and payment extensions due to COVID-19.

Individuals who owe taxes will begin seeing bills starting this week and they will be continued to be sent out through December 2020.

The department of revenue is offering many options to help those who owe pay their taxes quickly and easily online.

Individuals who owe taxes can take the following steps:

  •  Individual customers can pay their bill in full online through DORpay at dor.in.gov
    • Payment options include Visa, MasterCard, or e-Check, additionally, payments can be scheduled for a later date. 
  • Individuals that cannot pay their bill in full and ow $100 or more have the option to set up a payment plan through INtax pay at in.gov.
  • Business and corporate customers can pay their bill in full online or set up a payment plan through INTIME at dor.in.gov.
  • Payments may also be mailed to the DOR directly

For more information or if help is needed you can visit, dor.in.gov.

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