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IT-40EZ Discontinued

December 7, 2016

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Do you usually file your state of Indiana individual income taxes using Form IT-40EZ?

Beginning with 2016 taxes filed in 2017, the Indiana Department of Revenue will no longer support the IT-40-EZ. Taxpayers will need to file using the IT-40 form.

In 1997, the IT-40EZ was created and made available for Indiana residents whose federal taxable income was less than $50,000. The use of the IT-40EZ form has decreased due to more taxpayers filing electronically.

Don’t worry; the IT-40 is easy to file too! You can file electronically using your vendor of choice. (Qualified taxpayers can file electronically for free using INfreefile. Visit to learn more.) To view a copy of the IT-40 form and instruction booklet, visit


New Issue of BizTax Now Available

November 30, 2016

The November issue of BizTax is available now. This newsletter is written with new and small Hoosier businesses in mind and includes resources to help your business succeed.

The November issue features articles about:

  • 2016 legislative updates;
  • Business Education Outreach Program updates; and
  • INBiz.

Click here to read the latest issue.

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