Why would the State of Indiana come up on my credit report?

Published 02/13/2012 01:19 PM   |    Updated 02/13/2012 01:22 PM

Why would the State of Indiana come up on my credit report?

It could be for one of the following reasons:
Delinquent payment of state taxes; a hospital bill, hospital indigent care program or Family Social Services program/issue.

For tax issues call the Indiana Department of Revenue , Collection Department at (317) 232-2165, or e-mail taxpayer assistance .

If you owe for hospital care, contact the Department of Insurance at (317) 232-2553, or for an HCI program, contact FSSA at (800) 622-4932 and ask for the contact for the Indigent Care Program.

If it is a child support issue, contact the Kids' Line at (800) 840-8757. For Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or food stamp issues contact FSSA, Division of Family Resources at (800) 403-0864

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