By phone at 317-232-2240 (option to access the automatic reimbursement line). Please allow 2 to 3 weeks of processing time before calling. To check the status of your Indiana state tax refund, visit the INTIME online portal or call 317-232-2240, the automatic refund line. You'll need to provide your social security number, as well as the exact amount of the refund.
In most cases, these refunds are independent of any Indiana individual income tax refund you have received. If you meet the income requirements, you can file your Indiana state tax return for free using the InFreeFile tool. Under certain circumstances, people may not receive their money because it is withheld for other reasons, including to compensate for “unpaid state or federal tax liabilities,” obligations to other state agencies, including, but not limited to, unpaid child support overpayments or unemployment, and tuition to public colleges and universities in Indiana. Your ATRs can be used to offset unpaid state or federal tax liabilities or obligations to other state agencies, including, but not limited to, excessive unpaid child support or unemployment payments and unpaid tuition at Indiana public colleges and universities.
However, you must wait until you have received all documentation for all the jobs to submit it, according to the Indiana Department of Revenue. The State Office Auditor and the Indiana Department of Revenue remind Indianaans to watch out for potential scams related to tax refunds. The Indiana Department of Revenue recommends waiting at least two weeks before checking the status of your tax refund. As Indiana's administrative tax agency, the DOR was responsible for issuing ATR by direct deposit and for providing the State Auditor's office with the information needed to send more than 1.5 million ATR checks to eligible Hoosiers residents.
The Indiana DOR will continue to issue ATRs by direct deposit whenever possible as individual tax returns are received and processed. The automatic taxpayer refund is independent of any Indiana individual income tax refund you may receive. Assuming that the IRS follows the same approach for the ATR as it does for other refunds, you may need to pay federal income tax on your Indiana individual income tax refunds, including ATRs. The Indiana DOR cannot update bank information for taxpayers who changed their bank account between tax refund periods.
The Indiana Department of Revenue says that most returns filed electronically are processed in less than 14 days. Indiana and other states expect the IRS to clarify how to report refunds such as the ATR on federal tax returns filed next year. According to the Indiana Department of Revenue, taxpayers will receive one-time direct deposits into their bank accounts starting in May.