What kinds of taxes does the Indiana Department of Revenue collect?
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At the Indiana Department of Revenue, our mission is to administer the tax laws and collect tax revenues in a fair, consistent and efficient manner for Indiana taxpayers and to provide accurate, timely and reliable funding and information to state and local constituents.
In Fiscal Year 2015 (July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015), the department:
- Served more than 4.2 million individual taxpayers;
- Represented more than 225,000 business taxpayers; and
- Collected more than $18 billion representing the state’s 44 active tax types.
Here’s a breakdown of Fiscal Year 2015 tax receipts:
Money collected from Hoosier taxpayers funds things throughout the state such as education, health care, transportation expenses, environmental programs, parks and recreation, and economic development – just to name a few!
Read more about Fiscal Year 2015 in the department’s annual report available online at www.in.gov/dor/3600.htm.
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