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Important Notice to Taxpayers Using ACH Credit

The Indiana Department of Revenue is making an important change in electronic tax payments by Automated Clearing House (ACH) credit. Beginning July 5, 2023, the State receiving bank account number for tax remittance via ACH credit will change for several tax types, including Streamline Sales Tax. Taxpayers using ACH Credit have until Aug. 31, 2023, to change the account number to avoid delays and interruptions. For more information and the account number for your tax type, refer to the Electronic Payment Guide.

Designated Disaster Counties Granted Tax Filing Extensions

People in specific counties in Indiana and other states are eligible for filing extensions.

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1099-G & Automatic Taxpayer Refund Update

DOR is providing supplemental 1099-G information to the IRS on behalf of Hoosier taxpayers to ensure Automatic Taxpayer Refund (ATR) amounts are not taxed on federal returns. More information available in the 1099-G FAQ.

Automatic Taxpayer Refund (ATR) Information

DOR continues to coordinate with the Governor’s Office, State Comptroller, and others to provide eligible Hoosiers the opportunity to claim the 2022 Additional Automatic Taxpayer Refund (ATR). To receive the $200 refundable tax credit, qualified taxpayers must file a 2022 Indiana resident tax return no later than Dec. 31, 2023. That means some Hoosiers who do not normally file a tax return due to their income will need to file a 2022 state tax return to claim the ATR as a credit. Instead of a direct payment, the $200 ATR tax credit will be received as a refund or applied toward any additional taxes owed. Additional ATR information is available on our website .

Be mindful of potential scams

Scam Warning

The State Comptroller’s Office and Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) reminds Hoosiers to be mindful of potential scams regarding tax refunds.

You should ignore any texts, emails, or calls regarding these refunds, especially messages containing links or requesting personal or financial information such as Social Security or bank account numbers.

More information is available on our Tax Scams webpage.

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Nonprofit Changes You Need to Know About

Nonprofit customers with open and active accounts and a sales tax-exempt checkbox marked in the Indiana Tax System (ITS) received a letter in early November 2022 detailing upcoming changes to sales tax requirements and annual report filings.

  • Beginning Jan. 1, 2023, exemption certificates (Form NP-1) will no longer be mailed. Nonprofit customers should no longer use Form ST-105 as the option for nonprofits will be removed. With this change, nonprofit customers will need to go through INTIME to request Form NP-1 as a replacement for Form ST-105. (Previously issued ST-105s will remain valid until Dec. 31, 2023.) Nonprofit customers who are not registered will need to create an INTIME account to access their exemption  certificates. See instructions on creating an INTIME logon.
  • Other changes affecting nonprofits include the revised filing frequency from annual to every five years. This law requires nonprofits to file their 2021 Form NP-20 (Nonprofit Organization’s Annual Report) in 2022 to qualify for the new filing frequency. Your letter from DOR specifies your next report filing due date based on your Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN). This also applies to fiscal year filers whose tax years end before Aug. 1, 2022. New nonprofit customers will need to file Form NP-20R by May 15 every fifth year.
    Note: You will not need to file Form NP-20 in 2023 for the 2022 calendar year. Fiscal year filers who file Form NP-20 for a fiscal year ending after July 31, 2022, will not need to file an NP-20 during the 2023 calendar year. Additionally, Form NP-20 is being revised to Form NP-20R.
  • Effective May 4, 2023, a nonprofit that has not made $100,000 in sales of tangible personal property in the current or prior calendar year is not required to collect and remit sales tax. This includes sales made by all units operating under the organization’s registration with DOR. However, the following nonprofits are not subject to these restrictions and are never required to collect sales taxes no matter the amount of sales they make: a church (or other place of worship), monastery, convent, school that is a part of the Indiana public school system, a parochial school regularly maintained by a recognized religious denomination, or a youth organization focused on agriculture.
  • If your out-of-state organization is hosting a conference, seminar, or educational event within our state, you can request temporary sales tax exemption status for the duration of your visit.

For more information, see Nonprofit Changes and Tax Information Bulletin #10, Application of Sales Tax to Nonprofit Organizations.

2023 Legislative Synopsis for General Session Available

The 2023 Legislative Synopsis includes legislation passed by the General Session of the 2023 Indiana General Assembly. To find laws contained in Indiana Code, acquire more information about recently passed legislation, or to read the bills in their entirety, visit the Indiana General Assembly's website.

Repeal of Utility Services Use Tax and Utility Receipts Tax

Indiana repealed Utility Services Use and Utility Receipts taxes effective July 1, 2022. Although these laws are repealed, you must still file any past-due returns and pay taxes due to DOR.

If you are subject to Utility Services Use Tax, you need to file a final Form USU-103 by August 1, 2022, for the tax period ending June 30, 2022. You must file Form USU-103 even when no tax is due, unless your Indiana tax account has been closed properly. The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) will continue to accept payments for all filing periods prior to June 30, 2022. 

If you are subject to Utility Receipts Tax, the 2022 tax year will be your last filing period. You will still file your return and owe this tax for periods collected from January 1 – June 30, 2022. You must file Form URT-1, Indiana Utility Receipts Tax Return, for tax year 2022, on or before April 18, 2023 or, for fiscal filers, the 15th day of the 4th month after the end of the taxable year that includes June 30, 2022. Instructions on completing Form URT-1 will be updated to reflect the repeal of this law. Do not file the 2022 URT-1 on a 2021 or previous tax form. 2022 URT-1 forms will be available later this year.

You do not need to file and pay estimated payments for any quarters that begin after June 30, 2022. DOR will issue refunds as necessary to customers who made estimated payments and overpaid the amount of tax owed for 2022.

Update on Unemployment Benefits and Taxes

On April 22, the Indiana General Assembly did not adopt certain provisions of the current Internal Revenue Code and Governor Eric Holcomb signed this into law on April 29. As a result, Indiana taxpayers cannot use the federal unemployment compensation exclusion on their 2020 Indiana individual income tax returns and that income must be added back in. They may, however, still be able to deduct some portion of their unemployment income on their state tax return in accordance with Indiana’s current tax laws. See DOR’s “Unemployment Benefits and Taxes” page for more information and instructions.

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Increase in Gasoline License Tax and Special Fuel License Tax

P.L. 218-2017 requires the department to publish the new rates effective July 1, 2023, for the gasoline license tax (IC 6-6-1.1-201) and special fuel license tax (IC 6-6-2.5-28) on the department’s Internet website no later than June 1, 2023. For the period July 1, 2023, to June 30, 2024, the following rates shall be in effect:

  • Gasoline license tax: $0.34/gallon
  • Special fuel license tax: $0.57/gallon

See Departmental Notice #43 for more information

School Scholarship Tax Credit

School Scholarship Tax Credit Update

A School Scholarship Tax Credit is available for individuals or corporations who donate to scholarship-granting organizations (SGOs).

See more information and subscribe to email updates for the School Scholarship Tax Credit.

Notification to Gasoline Distributors

See Departmental Notice #2 for the latest gasoline use tax rate.

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