NewsPublic Affairs / September 10, 2020

Hoosiers Businesses Able To Easily File, Pay Taxes On State Web Portal

Article origination IPBS-RJC
The availability of INTIME for business customers is phase two of a four-year overhaul of the Indiana Department of Revenue’s technology. - Screenshot of INTIME.dor.in.gov

The availability of INTIME for business customers is phase two of a four-year overhaul of the Indiana Department of Revenue’s technology.

Screenshot of INTIME.dor.in.gov

Indiana businesses can now easily file, pay and manage their state taxes online in a web portal – INTIME – set up by the Indiana Department of Revenue.

The availability of INTIME for business customers is phase two of a four-year overhaul of the state agency’s technology.

This second phase allows sales and withholding taxes to be filed and paid online, which account for more than half of the state’s annual revenue. More than 200,000 customers can also manage any tax letters and notices in one location and easily communicate with Department of Revenue staff.

IDOR systems hadn’t been modernized in more than two decades before the project began. Phase one, unveiled last year, was for corporate taxes. The next phase, scheduled for launch in September 2021, will include individual income taxes.

Contact reporter Brandon at bsmith@ipbs.org or follow him on Twitter at @brandonjsmith5.

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