State ‘on track’ to distribute taxpayer refund checks by early October

INDIANA – Payments from the Indiana Automatic Taxpayer Refund continue to hit bank accounts and mailboxes.

The Auditor of State’s Office said the printing and mailing process for checks is well underway and remains on schedule. The state can print up to 50,000 checks per day.

The officials say they are “on track to finish on time – which will be the first week of October.”

Direct deposits started appearing in bank accounts during the week of Aug. 15. The state also began printing and mailing checks that week.

The Indiana Department of Revenue is taking care of the direct deposits, while the Auditor of State is responsible for the checks.