Indianapolis, In. — With the individual tax filing deadline less than a month away (April 15, to be exact), the Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) is reminding Hoosiers there is still time to file for free with the Indiana free file (INfreefile) program.The INfreefile program allows qualifying individuals with an adjusted gross income of $66,000 or less in 2018 to file both state and federal taxes electronically at no cost. INfreefile uses the same electronic question-and-answer style most vendor software customers pay to use.Authorized INfreefile vendors for this tax season include:FreeTax USAH&R BlockOLT Online TaxesTaxActTurboTaxIndividuals should access their chosen vendor directly from the INfreefile website to ensure they are accessing the no-cost option from the approved vendors online here.“Over 2 million Hoosiers qualified to use INfreefile in 2018, but less than 90,000 took advantage of this no-cost filing option,” explained DOR Commissioner Adam Krupp. “Our goal is to have as many qualifying Hoosiers as possible use the INfreefile program in 2019. We are committed to marketing this program throughout the state and making folks aware of this cost-saving opportunity.”Filing electronically with INfreefile, or other electronic services, results in faster refunds with most customers getting their refunds in as little as 14 days. Individuals who choose direct deposit may receive their refunds even faster.Customers with questions or concerns about INfreefile or individual income tax may visit DOR’s website or call DOR Customer Service at 317-232-2240, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., EST for assistance.
“Early this morning our families lost a phenomenal human being. Aaron Cox was a tremendous son, brother, and brother-in-law. He had a deep love for his family, and a passionate dedication and commitment to his friends. As our families grieve together, we will also celebrate the memories, the laughter, and the love we each shared with Aaron in the short time we had him. He will forever be at the forefront in the hearts and minds of the Cox and Trout families. We will rely on the love and strength of God first and foremost during this difficult and challenging time, as well as our dear family and friends. We thank you for your thoughts and prayers, and our Lord and Savior for His precious gift of Aaron Joseph.”Angels reliever Justin Anderson, who played with Cox in the minors and in spring training, posted his thoughts on Twitter.“We all now have our own Angel in heaven at home with Our Lord. @Aaroncox19 you were a hell of a friend, and a great guy to be around. You will be missed brotha!” Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield “He had a special gift that allowed him to connect with so many teammates, coaches and members of the staff,” Angels general manager Billy Eppler said in a statement. “It’s tragic that he is no longer with us. He will live on in the minds of countless people in this organization.”Trout and his wife also released a joint statement about Cox.Related Articles Aaron Cox, the brother-in-law of Mike Trout and a former Angels pitching prospect, died on Wednesday morning, according to a statement released by the Angels. Cox was 24. The cause of death was not announced.“The Angels Organization is saddened to hear of the passing of Aaron Cox, a member of the Angels family since 2015,” read an Angels statement. “We are deeply heartbroken and shocked by this tragic loss. Our heartfelt prayers and condolences to his family and friends. Aaron will always have a special place in the hearts of those within the organization.”Trout had left the Angels recently to attend to what the team called a personal family matter. Trout is currently on the disabled list with right wrist inflammation. He is eligible to be activated on Thursday, but Manager Mike Scioscia said on Wednesday they don’t know when he will return.Cox is the younger brother of Trout’s wife, Jessica. Cox attended Millville High in New Jersey, just like Trout. The Angels drafted him in 2015. He was out in 2017 after being hit in the face by a line drive during spring training. He retired last week, having not pitched at a level above Class-A.
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