How can I file for an Indiana extension?

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How can I file for an Indiana extension?

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Extension of Time to File — What if You Can’t File on Time?

You must get an extension of time to file if you:

• Are required to file, and

• You cannot file your tax return by the April 18, 2022 due date. Whether you owe additional tax, are due a refund, or are breaking even, you still need to get an extension if filing after April 18, 2022.

Note. Indiana’s Application for Extension of Time to File, Form IT-9, extends the filing date to Nov. 14, 2022. 

If You Owe…

Option 1. File Indiana’s Application for Extension of Time to File, Form IT-9. This must be filed by April 18, 2022, for the extension request to be valid.

In order to avoid paying a penalty, you should send at least 90% of the amount expected to be due with the Form IT-9. Then, make sure to file your tax return by Nov. 14, 2022, paying any remaining balance due with that filing.

While interest is due on any amount paid after April 18, penalty will be waived if both of the following conditions are met: • The remaining balance due is paid in full by Nov. 14, 2022, and • You paid at least 90% of the tax expected to be owed by the original April 18 due date.

Note. You may file Indiana’s Application for Extension of Time to File online if you make a payment with it by April 18, 2022. Pay electronically using DOR’s e-services portal, the Indiana Taxpayer Information Management Engine (INTIME), by visiting https:// intime.dor.in.gov. INTIME offers customers the ability to manage their accounts in one convenient location, 24/7.

Option 2. Filing for a federal application for extension of time to file with the IRS will automatically provide for a state extension of time to file. You must file your state tax return by Nov. 14, 2022, paying any balance due with that filing.

While interest is due on any amount paid after the original April 18 due date, penalty will be waived if both of the following conditions are met:

• The remaining balance due is paid in full by Nov. 14, 2022, and

• You paid at least 90% of the tax expected to be owed by the original April 18 due date.


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