Tax season is upon us. The Indiana Department of Revenue began processing individual income tax returns on January 20.
The state is reminding taxpayers that you can save yourself some money through free e-filing using the INfreefile program. More than 119,000 taxpayers filed using INfreefile in 2014, according to the state.
Indiana requires filers to earn $60,000 or less in adjusted gross income to qualify for the service.
The state says that “e-filers receive their returns much faster (within 10-14 days)” and have a higher accuracy rate than paper returns.
Six third party vendors are offering free state filing through the INfreefile program:
- H&R Block
- Online Tax (OLT)
The filing deadline is April 15. You can find out more information about INfreefile at http://in.gov/dor/4581.htm
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