INTIME provides access to manage and pay individual income, and various corporate and business tax obligations. For more information, visit INTIME.
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INTIME user guides are available if needed.
INtax remains available for the following tax obligations until July 8, 2022:
- Special Fuel (SF-900, SF-401)
- Aviation Fuel (AVF-150)
- Vehicle Sharing Excise (VSE-103)
- Motor Fuel (MF-360)
- Gasoline Use (GT-103)
- Alcohol Tax (ALC-W, ALC-FW, ALC-DWS, ALC-M, ALC-PS)
- Other Tobacco Products (OTP) CT-19, OTP-M, OTP-PACT
These tax types will transition to INTIME, DOR’s e-services portal at intime.dor.in.gov, where customers will be able to file, make payments, and manage their tax accounts beginning July 18, 2022. For more information on DOR’s tax system modernization efforts, visit Project NextDOR at dor.in.gov/project-nextdor .
DORpay for Tax Liabilities and Case Payments
DORpay remains available to make single payments on tax bills due for the following tax types until July 8, 2022:
|Alcohol Tax||Alternative Fuel User|
|Fuel Inventory||Employment Agency|
|Gasoline Use||Motor Fuel|
|Other Tobacco Products||Peer to Peer Ride Share|
|Petroleum Severance||Rail Commuter Electric|
|Special Fuel||Terminal Operator|
In addition, DORpay remains available for single payments on Motor Carrier Services bills for the following items until July 8, 2022:
|International Fuel Tax||International Registration Plan|
|Motor Carrier Fuel Tax||Oversize/Overweight Permitting|
After July 8, 2022, DORpay will be shut down and all payments will be made using INTIME beginning July 18, 2022.
All other liabilities can be paid via INTIME.
- Step-by-step guides are available:
- Make a Bill Payment Without Logging in to INTIME
- Create an INTIME Logon
- Set Up a Payment Plan with INTIME
- Comprehensive INTIME user guides are also available.
Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
EFT allows our business customers to quickly and securely pay their taxes. While some tax obligations must be paid with EFT, several thousand businesses use the program for its speed and convenience.
To learn more about the EFT program, please download and read the EFT Information Guide.
For more information, call (317) 232-5500.