Gov. Mitch Daniels announced Wednesday Indiana taxpayers filing alone will receive $111. Those filing jointly will receive $222.
State officials estimate Indiana will have a budget surplus of $2 billion, activating an automatic taxpayer refund.
Refunds expected this year, but Assembly changes level of revenue surplus that triggers refunds after 2012.
Mitch Daniels wants the legislature to focus on the police entry bills and working out a solution on the automatic taxpayer refund in its last days in session.
The bill would increase the amount of surplus the state must have before an automatic taxpayer refund is triggered.
Indiana House and Senate bills both seek to find a use for the state's surplus, but in different ways.
If budget predictions are correct and the taxypayer refund system is not changed, Hoosiers could receive about $50 each at the end of the year.
Parents of kindergarten students at Vigo County School Corporation schools received a refund because of a surplus of funds.
Generally, taxpayers whose adjusted gross income is less than $57,000 dollars can file their federal and state individual income taxes for free, online.
About 1,100 Hoosiers still have not collected their federal tax refunds for this year.