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gomti089
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Should I mail document and payment if there is a balance for tax when e-filing?

The last step says I'm required to mail one document regarding paying tax.

The title of document is 2016 Individual PFC Letter, and it seems to say I can pay tax via internet or mailing. In this case, can I just make a payment for tax via internet and not send mail the document with check?

The last step warned that tax return holds until I mail this document.. So, I'm confused.

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IsabellaG
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Should I mail document and payment if there is a balance for tax when e-filing?

Yes, you can either pay your Indiana taxes online at the link provided in the 2016 Individual PFC Letter, or you can mail the letter with a check. If you pay online you don't have to mail the document. Or If you haven't e-filed your state return yet, you can choose to pay by direct debit with your return, and then you don't have to send in the document either.

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IsabellaG
Employee Tax Expert

Should I mail document and payment if there is a balance for tax when e-filing?

Yes, you can either pay your Indiana taxes online at the link provided in the 2016 Individual PFC Letter, or you can mail the letter with a check. If you pay online you don't have to mail the document. Or If you haven't e-filed your state return yet, you can choose to pay by direct debit with your return, and then you don't have to send in the document either.

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