Hoosiers still have to pay taxes but Gov. Eric Holcomb’s administration is trying to make the process a little less painful.
The Indiana Department of Revenue is set to deploy the first of a four-phase rollout Sept. 3, while another state agency is diving into a separate technology upgrade that could help counties and townships.
“This is long overdue. Our legacy system has been in place for 25 years,” said revenue Commissioner Adam Krupp.
The revenue modernization project has been in the works several years, and will give Hoosiers a state-of-the-art technology system to file tax returns, make payments, and view and manage business and individual tax accounts.
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by niki kelly
August 25, 2019