Tax Bills Part 2: Ways to Pay Your Bill
June 5, 2015
In our previous Tax Bill Blog, we talked about the different types of bills you may receive. This time, we will review how to pay your tax bill, even if you can’t pay in full.
There are several options for paying your bill. You can pay in-person at one of our district offices, pay electronically, or mail a check to the Indiana Department of Revenue’s Collection Division. You also may be eligible to set up a payment plan.
You can pay your tax bill at any of our district offices. We accept exact cash, checks, money orders, cashier’s checks, Visa, MasterCard and/or Discover. Representatives also are happy to help you get started with an electronic payment or to discuss your payment plan options. To find the district office nearest you, visit www.in.gov/dor/3390.htm.
If you are able to pay your bill in full, you can do so using ePay. It allows both individuals and businesses to pay tax owed to the department. You can access ePay 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and make a tax payment by Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or e-check. For more information on ePay or to make an electronic payment, visit www.in.gov/dor/epay.
If mailing a check to pay your tax bill, send it to:
Indiana Department of Revenue
P.O. Box 595
Indianapolis, IN 46204
If you owe more than $100 and cannot pay the amount in full, you may be eligible to set up a payment plan online using INtax Pay. (If you owe less than $100, call (317) 232-2165 to see whether you qualify for a special-case payment arrangement.) To get started with an online payment plan, visit www.intaxpay.in.gov/.
If you have additional questions about paying your tax bill, call our collection division at (317) 232-2165.
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