The Indiana Department of Revenue is set to unveil their plan today for this year's tax amnesty program.
Indiana revenue for the month of July was lower than expected, however better than expected income tax payments helped improve the August numbers.
Hoosiers who owe delinquent taxes will soon have a way to avoid paying interest, penalties and other fees.
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.