Indiana Department of Revenue

Local News
3:57 pm
Mon December 17, 2012

Auditors Finish Probe of Indiana Tax Accounting Errors

Auditors investigating Indiana's Department of Revenue are saying outdated technology and a work culture that sacrificed accuracy for speed led to $526 million in tax errors from the state.

Auditors for the international accounting firm Deloitte also discovered additional errors with 55,000 taxpayer accounts and 2,880 tax refund requests that were never processed. They credited new management at the agency with trying to correct the problems.

Revenue commissioner Mike Alley says he has been working to change the culture since he took over in May.

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Local News
5:30 pm
Mon June 4, 2012

Indiana Hires Firm to Review Accounting Errors

Indiana is hiring an international accounting firm for an audit of how the state lost track of more than $500 million in tax revenue it had collected.

The State Budget Committee announced the hiring of Deloitte LLP Monday.

The firm will likely brief state budget officials in July on the scope of the audit that's needed. Officials say the external audit won't start until after that briefing.

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