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Review the information you entered to insure it is entered correctly. If you are still receiving this message you may not meet the requirements to use I-File. The requirements are:
- You have filed an individual return previously with the State of Indiana.
- Your first or last name has not legally changed since you last filed.
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Yes. As long as you meet the program requirement outlined above. For more information on military specific issues visit our military personal site. Continue to I-File to file your Indiana individual income taxes.
To return to your session click the "Resume Session" option on the home page and enter your login information.
I-File is now a fully electronic filing system offering accurate calculation and faster receipt of refunds. However, if you still prefer not to file your return electronically you may: 1) access and print the blank forms at our Web site, www.in.gov/dor/taxforms/ or; 2) visit one of our 12 district offices for assistance in completing your return.
After you have completed your return, print a copy. A confirmation number is printed on the top right-hand corner of the completed form, indicating your filing was received by the Indiana Department of Revenue.
Completed forms are available for reprinting up to one year, simply login under the "Resume Session" option on the home page and print.
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- If you will receive a refund, you do not need to send in anything.
- If you owe the State and decide to make not to pay online, you will need to print your return. The ‘Post Filing Coupon’ is attached to the print out of your return. Detach the coupon and include it with your check for the total amount owed by April 17th to avoid late fees and penalties.
Refunds are received, on average, within seven to 14 days when filing electronically. Check the status of your refund.
The bank will attempt to find the right account. If the account cannot be found a check will be sent to the address supplied on the return.
To correct any discrepancies print, complete and mail the Amended Individual Income Tax Form IT-40X to:
Indiana Department of Revenue
100 North Senate Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2253