Share Your Thoughts at the Annual Public Hearing

June 10, 2015

En Español

You’re invited to the Indiana Department of Revenue’s annual public hearing.

Do you have concerns or suggestions about how the department writes letters, sends billings, or handles your tax return? If so, now is your chance to provide your feedback.

So, why do we hold the annual hearing? Back in 1989, the Indiana General Assembly passed the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. Included within that law is a requirement for the department to hold an annual public hearing as part of an overall effort to be more responsible to the public’s questions and concerns. Your input is valued as we strive to improve.

Taxpayers can email their concerns or suggestions 24/7 to, and you can always contact us on Facebook and Twitter.

The annual hearing is a formal opportunity for your voice to be heard. But if driving to Indianapolis on a Tuesday morning to participate in the public hearing doesn’t work with your schedule, you can write us a letter to be read aloud at the hearing.

Event Details

Tuesday, June 23, 2015
10 a.m. to 11 a.m. EDT
Indiana Government Center South, Conference Room 19
402 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Send your letter to:

Indiana Department of Revenue
Commissioner’s Office
MS #101
100 N. Senate Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46204