Indor
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www.in.gov Indianapolis, IN 500 to 999 Employees

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Great place to work

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
Indianapolis, IN

I worked at Indor

ProsA great place to gain experience. Excellent working environment.

Conssalary and benefits are lower than the private sector

Advice to Senior ManagementUtilize key persons for implementing the strategic changes envisioned by the senior management and support them in doing so.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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No longer about compliance, just get the money.

Field Auditor (Former Employee)
Indianapolis, IN

I worked at Indor

ProsWhen first started the DOR was fair and concerned that all taxpayers performing the same business should pay the same amount of taxes. Now we are REQUIRED to bring in so much money, encouraged to overlook refunds and in general to make an audit a money making event. This is grossly unfair to taxpayers and creates economic inequity. Have passed legislation that now allows the DOR to audit amended returns for two years longer than the original statute.
The appeals process is now a joke. Taxpayers can not win on this level and must file in court (a big expense) to go to thee next level. However, if you acutally do that, nearly alwayws the DOR will settle your issue. What this means is thos small companies who issues are too small or do not have the resources to hire an attorney just loose. But if you are a big company, you can get your issue adjudicated. Beware small businesses.

ConsTaxpayer's no longer have respect for auditors as they know the auditors are just looking for money.

Advice to Senior ManagementShould return to a compliance driven policy where all taxpayers are treated equally.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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