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THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL
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FEBRUARY 2013
49
AFSA NEWS
other than the armed forces
or a career appointment
in the U.S. Foreign Service
(see Idaho Code Sections
63-3013 and 63-3030). In
2012 Idaho’s tax rate rises in
eight steps from a minimum
of 1.6 percent to a maximum
7.4 percent on the amount
of Idaho taxable income
over $10,350 for singles and
$20,700 for married flers.
A non-resident must fle an
Idaho income tax return if
his or her gross income from
Idaho sources is $2,500 or
more.
Write: Idaho State Tax Com-
mission, P.O. Box 36, Boise ID
83722-0410.
Phone: (208) 334-7660 or
toll-free 1 (800) 972-7660.
E-mail:
taxrep@tax.idaho.gov
Web site:
www.tax.idaho.gov
ILLINOIS
Individuals domiciled in Illi-
nois are considered residents
and are subject to tax on
their entire income regard-
less of their physical pres-
ence in the state. It appears
that under some circum-
stances, however, domicili-
aries absent from the state
throughout the year may not
be subject to tax, so they
should check with the Illinois
Department of Revenue in
advance. The Illinois tax rate
is a fat 5 percent of Illinois
taxable income for 2012.
Write: Illinois Department
of Revenue, P.O. Box 19001,
Springfeld IL 62794-9001.
Phone: toll-free 1 (800) 732-
8866, or (217) 782-3336.
E-mail: Link through “Contact
Us,” then “Taxpayer Answer
Center.”
Web site:
www.revenue.state.
il.us
INDIANA
Individuals domiciled in Indi-
ana are considered residents
and are subject to tax on
their entire income regard-
less of their physical pres-
ence in the state. Indiana’s
tax rate is a fat 3.4 percent
of Federal Adjusted Gross
Income. Some counties also
charge a county income tax.
Write: Indiana Department of
Revenue, Individual Income
Tax, P.O. Box 7207, Indianapo-
lis IN 46207-7207.
Phone: (317) 232-2240.
E-mail: Link through the Web
site’s “Contact Us” tab.
Web site:
www.in.gov/dor
IOWA
Individuals domiciled in Iowa
are considered residents and
are subject to tax on their
entire income to the extent
that income is taxable on the
person’s federal income tax
returns. Iowa’s 2012 tax rate
rises in nine steps from 0.36
percent to a maximum 8.98
percent of taxable income
over $66,105, depending on
income and fling status.
Write: Taxpayer Services,
Iowa Department of Revenue,
P.O. Box 10457, Des Moines IA
50306-0457.
Phone: (515) 281-3114.
E-mail:
idr@iowa.gov
Web site:
www.iowa.gov/tax
KANSAS
Individuals domiciled in
Kansas are considered
residents and are subject to
tax on their entire income
regardless of their physical
presence in the state. The
Kansas tax rate rises from a
minimum of 3.5 percent on
Kansas taxable income under
$15,000 to a maximum of
$2,925 plus 6.45 percent
of excess over $60,000 for
joint flers, or $1,462.50 plus
6.45 percent of excess over
$30,000 for single flers.
Write: Kansas Taxpayer
Assistance Center, Room
150, 915 SWHarrison, Topeka
KS 66612.
Phone: (785) 368-8222.
E-mail:
tac@kdor.ks.gov
Web site:
www.ksrevenue.org
KENTUCKY
Individuals domiciled in
Kentucky are considered
residents and are subject to
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