(Undated) – About 25,000 businesses have caught the all-seeing eye of the state's department of revenue.
The companies are noted on the "cybershame" list, which puts a spotlight on businesses that have not paid their taxes.
The Indianapolis Star reports $10 billion of Indiana’s revenue is collected in the form of sales taxes and employee withholding taxes from private companies.
The companies on the department's list, which is posted on its website at www.in.gov/dor, shows who hasn't paid those taxes.
However, the department is being criticized because the list isn't up to date.
Still, Department of Revenue Commissioner John Eckart told the paper he's "pleased" with the effect of the list, adding there have been "some very substantial improvements" in collections.
The list includes 132 Dearborn County businesses and their owners who are behind on taxes, 21 in Ohio County, 51 in Ripley County, 20 in Switzerland County, and 50 businesses from Franklin County.
Indiana Department of Revenue - www.in.gov/dor