I lived in Indiana for the first 3 weeks of 2009. I can't say there was anything great about that time considering I lost my job, had to sell my house, and I never got a glossy photo of WISH TV's David Barras. (Inside joke!) But of course since I was there for 3 short weeks, I have to file Indiana taxes.
Luckily Wyoming doesn't have a state income tax, so I don't have to worry about that. Only this year I do...come to find out my employer there "accidentally" took out Colorado taxes from my paychecks, so now I have to file for that state, trying to explain that I never lived or worked there. So in other words, this tax season is a huge pain in the butt.
I use Turbo Tax for my federal taxes which is great. It's easy and quick, and I can do everything on-line. I couldn't do the Colorado portion because there's no box to check, "I worked for total idiots who accidentally took out the wrong state taxes." I thought I was able to do Indiana though because I filled everything out, and it said Indiana owed me $15. Then as I clicked finish it said, "Unfortunately, since you are filing non-resident status, you can't do this on-line."
I went to Indiana's website, and I realize now that filing taxes there is perhaps the most complicated thing in the world. Before I can even fill out the main form, I have to fill out forms A-H which are all at least 2 pages long. Really Indiana, really? I'll understand the whole history of the Indianapolis 500 before I understand this! Thank god I'm getting $15 back though. That makes it all worth it.