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Indiana Payment Options

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Indiana Payment Options

Amount due payment options:
There are several ways to pay the amount you owe.
Make your check, money order or cashier's check payable to: Indiana Department of Revenue. Just include the payment loose in the envelope. Do not staple it to the return. Do not send cash.
You may also pay using the e-Check payment method. This service uses a paperless check and may be used to pay the tax due with your Indiana individual income tax return, as well as any billings issued by the Indiana Department of Revenue for any tax type. To pay, go to and follow the step-by-step instructions. You will receive a confirmation number and should keep this with your tax filing records. The fee for using this service is $1.
Note: All payments made to the Indiana Department of Revenue must be made with U.S. funds.
You may also pay by using your American Express Card, Discover Card, MasterCard or VISA Card by calling 1-800- 2-PAY TAX (1-800-272-9829). Or, log on to and use your Discover« Card, MasterCard« or VISA« to make a payment.
A convenience fee will be charged by the credit card processor based on the amount you are paying. You will be told what the fee is and you will have the option to either cancel or continue the credit card transaction.
Note: No payment is due if you owe less than $1.
Returned checks and other types of payments
If you make a tax payment with a check, credit card, debit card or electronic funds transfer, and the Department is unable to obtain payment for its full amount when it is presented for payment, a 10 percent penalty of the unpaid tax or the face value of the check, credit card, debit card, or electronic funds transfer, whichever is smaller, is due.
The assessed amount will be due immediately upon receipt of the tax due notice and must be paid by certified check, bank draft or money order. If payment is not received immediately, the penalty will be increased to the face value of the intended payment or 100 percent of the unpaid tax, whichever is smaller. Also, any permits and/or licenses issued by the Department may be revoked if the assessed amount is not paid immediately.

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Date updated: Aug 26, 2014

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