Important information on Project NextDOR

INDIANA – The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) continues work on a once-in-a-generation project to modernize our current tax administration systems. Over the next three Mondays, they will be sending updates on the next step in our transition to the new system and how it will affect customers.

What is Project NextDOR?

Indiana Tax System (ITS)—DOR’s internal tax processing software, replaces the current legacy technology to enable more efficient operations and service offerings.

Indiana Taxpayer Information Management Engine (INTIME)— DOR’s 24/7, online e-services portal which introduces significant services to registered customers (business and individual), including the ability to view account information and correspondence online, register, manage and pay their taxes online.

INTIME currently provides corporate and business customers the ability to:

  • View past payments and returns.
  • File selected tax returns and make payments electronically that were previously submitted via paper.
  • File selected amended returns electronically.

ITS and INTIME provide both DOR and its customers with state-of-the-art technology to support current and future tax processing and customer service need to bring Indiana into the modern era of revenue and customer services. DOR launched the first of four Project NextDOR rollouts in September 2019, followed by a successful Rollout 2 launch in September 2020.

Each rollout transitions a select group of tax types from the legacy system to the newly updated tax administration system. The next implementation, Rollout 3, is set to launch on September 7, 2021.

What tax types are included in Project NextDOR’s upcoming rollout?

Beginning September 7, 2021, Rollout 3 tax types listed below will be available in ITS and will have expanded INTIME functionality. Individual and fiduciary tax types will specifically benefit from additional features in INTIME and both will have expanded modernized electronic filing (MeF) capabilities beginning next tax season in 2022. 

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