Employees Working Outside of Indiana


Employees of Indiana University who perform services solely in a state other than Indiana are not subject to Indiana tax withholding. If you live outside of Indiana, but work within Indiana (ex: KY,MI,OH) please see Living Outside Indiana. See below for the states in which Indiana University is currently registered as an employer and able to withhold taxes on your behalf.

For IU departments: See the Standard Operating Procedure Managing Employees Working Outside of Indiana for information on how to process employees in your department with this set-up.

Registered States for Withholding

If you work solely in one of these states, please complete the appropriate form at the link provided and mail to the address indicated at the bottom of the page. If you currently work solely in one of these states, but are a resident of a different state, contact University Tax Services for assistance. Please be sure to provide your name, state of residence, and your 10-digit ID number.

 

If you currently work in one of the registered states mentioned below, contact your HR representative in  your department to ensure the proper tax location is set-up on your behalf. Tax location will ensure proper tax withholding.

 

Seven U.S. states forgo individual income taxes as of 2019: Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington and Wyoming. [Also, New Hampshire and Tennessee, they only pay tax on dividends and income from investments]


*Note: unless a tax location, outside of Indiana, is updated, Indiana taxes will continue to be withheld.

 

State

State Withholding Form

Instructions (if applicable)

Alabama

Form A-4

 

Alaska

None

No individual state income tax.

Arizona

Form A-4

 

Arkansas

Form   AR4EC

 

California

Form DE-4

 

Colorado

Federal Form W-4

Write “FOR COLORADO   WITHHOLDING” at the top of the completed form.

Connecticut

Form   CT-W4

 

Delaware

Federal Form W-4

Write “FOR DELWARE   WITHHOLDING” at the top of the completed form.

Florida

None

No individual state income tax.

Georgia

Form   G-4

 

Hawaii

Not registered

 

Idaho

Not registered

 

Illinois

Form IL-W-4

 

Indiana

See Forms Page

 

Iowa

Not registered

 

Kansas

Not registered

 

Kentucky

Form K-4

 

Louisiana

Not registered

 

Maine

Not registered

 

Maryland

Not registered

 

Massachusetts

Form M-4

 

Michigan

Form MI-W4

 

Minnesota

FormW-4mm

 

Mississippi

Form 89-350

 

Missouri

Form MO W-4

 

Montana

Federal Form W-4

Write “FOR MONTANA   WITHHOLDING” at the top of the completed form.

Nebraska

Not registered

 

Nevada

None

No individual state income tax.

New Hampshire

N/A

Only on dividends and investment income.

New Jersey

Not registered

 

New Mexico

Federal Form W-4

Write “FOR NEW   MEXICO WITHHOLDING” at the top of the completed form.

New York

Form IT-2104

 

North Carolina

Form NC-4

 

North Dakota

Federal Form W-4

Write “FOR NORTH   DAKOTA WITHHOLDING” at the top of the completed form.

Ohio

Form   IT-4

 

Oklahoma

Federal Form W-4

Write “FOR OKLAHOMA   WITHHOLDING” at the top of the completed form.

Oregon

Federal Form W-4

Write “FOR OREGON   WITHHOLDING” at the top of the completed form.

Pennsylvania

Federal Form W-4

Write “FOR PENNSLYVANIA WITHHOLDING” at the top of the completed form.

 

Rhode Island

Not registered

 

South Carolina

Federal Form W-4

Write “FOR SOUTH   CAROLINA WITHHOLDING” at the top of the completed form.

South Dakota

None

No individual state income tax.

Tennessee

N/A

Only on dividends and investment income.

Texas

None

No individual state income tax.

Utah

Federal Form W-4

Write “FOR UTAH   WITHHOLDING” at the top of the completed form.

Vermont

Not registered

 

Virginia

Form VA-4

 

Washington

None

No individual state income tax.

Washington D.C.

Form D-4

 

West Virginia

Not registered

 

Wisconsin

Form WT-4

 

Wyoming

None

No individual state income tax.

Mail: University Tax Services – Poplars 505
400 E. Seventh Street
Bloomington, IN 47405-3085
Fax: (812) 856-4861
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