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You won't be taxed twice.
It's just the way the system works. In your resident state, all of your income must be reported on your resident state's return. However, your resident state will give you credit against your resident state's tax for the tax paid to the state where you worked and paid income tax on your earnings. So, IL will give you a credit against the IL tax for the tax you paid to IN.
You will need to file a Non-Resident return in IN.
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