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Governor Eric Holcomb plans to return money to taxpayers

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You will likely be getting some of your money back from the state. Gov. Holcomb has called a special session of the Indiana General Assembly, with plans to “return more than $1 billion of state reserves to Hoosier taxpayers”. The session was announced Wednesday afternoon.
The session will be July 6.
You would get about $225 if the plan is affirmed by the legislature. That’s in addition to the $125 already refunded through the state’s automatic taxpayer refund.
“This is the fastest, fairest and most efficient way to return taxpayers’ hard-earned money during a time of economic strain,” said Holcomb. “Indiana’s economy is growing and with more than $1 billion of revenue over current projections, Hoosier taxpayers deserve to have their money responsibly returned. I’m happy to be able to take this first step and look forward to signing this plan into law as soon as possible.”
In total, an individual will have gotten $350 this year. A married couple will have received $700.

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3 comments

Jim June 22, 2022 at 4:37 pm

When are we supposed to get this? It said $125 already sent, I haven’t received it, nor has anybody I know.

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Mike Dobbins June 25, 2022 at 9:56 pm

the only problem with this is that it does not include seniors at all and we have paid our taxes over the years and finally we don’t have to pay any but do we get anything back never not fair

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jeffrey June 26, 2022 at 12:38 pm

yes,why dont we get to share the wealth, not fair. i’m on ssdi we pay taxes on food gas even on bills.

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