Some Hoosiers will get a tax refund from the state
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Hoosiers are getting some of their tax money back.
Governor Mitch Daniels said that tax payers paid too much so the refund will higher than originally thought.
Single filers will get at least $100 while joint filers will get at least $200.
To qualify for the refund, you would have file state income tax returns for this year and next and have paid at least some income tax for both years.
Hoosiers won't get a check in the mail. Rather, the tax refund will be applied to the 2012 tax refund when you file next year.
Tax payers will get nearly $30 more than initially projected.
The exact amount of the refund won't be determined until the fall.