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Focus on State and Local Taxation: Indiana Tax Amnesty Program

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Governor Pence recently signed a bill creating a tax amnesty program. This program provides amnesty for penalties, interest, and other collection fees, as well as, the release of tax liens, and protection from civil or criminal prosecution on unpaid taxes through December 31, 2012, if paid in full during the amnesty period of September 15, 2015 through November 16, 2015. 
July 9, 2015

Governor Pence recently signed a bill creating a tax amnesty program. This program provides amnesty for penalties, interest, and other collection fees, as well as, the release of tax liens, and protection from civil or criminal prosecution on unpaid taxes through December 31, 2012, if paid in full during the amnesty period of September 15, 2015 through November 16, 2015.  

This program is open to both individuals and businesses. Approximately 40 different tax types are eligible for participation including income, sales, withholding, food and beverage, motor carrier, motor fuel, tobacco products, prepaid sales on gasoline, tire fee, wireless prepaid cards, and more. Taxpayers who participated in the 2005 Indiana tax amnesty program are not eligible to participate in this 2015 program.

If unpaid tax liabilities or this amnesty program raises concerns or uncertainties the State and Local Tax (SALT) professionals at RubinBrown can assist you in resolving those concerns. We are available to provide a detailed consultation regarding the application of this amnesty program to your business and assist in preparation of the required filings.

 

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