Indiana taxpayers will get a $111 credit on their income-tax returns next year thanks to a new law that requires a taxpayer refund if the state’s surplus totals more than 10% of the budget. 

The rainy-day fund holds $2.15 billion. The state will use a chunk of the money for contributions to pension funds and to provide $111 refunds to roughly 3.26 million eligible taxpayers. 

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