Indiana's 2005 amnesty program raked in close to $250 million, but the state isn't expecting to collect that amount this time around.
Indiana conducted its first tax amnesty program in 2005, collecting about $244 million in back taxes.
Andy Shank has been hired as the Director of Special Investigations at the State Board of Accounts.
A new study shows Indiana's tax burden for businesses stood at 7.5 percent in 2013.
Indiana is hoping to attract more business from companies located in Connecticut, which recently approved a $1.5 billion tax increase.
Coming into April, tax collections had only exceeded expectations twice in the first nine months of the fiscal year.
Governor Pence is expected to sign a bill repealing the common construction wage, which is a minimum wage for public construction projects.
Indiana revenues have missed the mark seven out of the last nine months, with March collections coming in about $18 million below expectations.
Tax revenues were just barely below projected levels in January, about $2 million off the mark.
Gov. Mike Pence’s proposed tax bill aims to simplify the tax code by, in part, eliminating more than two dozen tax credits.