Ind. Code § 6-3-2-2.2 : Indiana Code - Section 6-3-2-2.2: Interest income, discounts, and receipts attributable to state

2. (a) Interest income and other receipts from assets in the nature of loans or installment sales contracts that are primarily secured by or deal with real or tangible personal property are attributable to this state if the security or sale property is located in Indiana.
(b) Interest income and other receipts from consumer loans not secured by real or tangible personal property are attributable to this state if the loan is made to a resident of Indiana, whether at a place of business, by a traveling loan officer, by mail, by telephone, or by other electronic means.
(c) Interest income and other receipts from commercial loans and installment obligations not secured by real or tangible personal property are attributable to this state if the proceeds of the loan are to be applied in Indiana. If it cannot be determined where the funds are to be applied, the income and receipts are attributable to the state in which the business applied for the loan. As used in this section, "applied for" means initial inquiry (including customer assistance in preparing the loan application) or submission of a completed loan application, whichever occurs first.
(d) Interest income, merchant discount, and other receipts including service charges from financial institution credit card and travel and entertainment credit card receivables and credit card holders' fees are attributable to the state to which the card charges and fees are regularly billed.
(e) Receipts from the performance of fiduciary and other services are attributable to the state in which the benefits of the services are consumed. If the benefits are consumed in more than one (1) state, the receipts from those benefits are attributable to this state on a pro rata basis according to the portion of the benefits consumed in Indiana.
(f) Receipts from the issuance of traveler's checks, money orders, or United States savings bonds are attributable to the state in which the traveler's checks, money orders, or bonds are purchased.
(g) Receipts in the form of dividends from investments are attributable to this state if the taxpayer's commercial domicile is in Indiana.
As added by P.L.347-1989(ss), SEC.7.

IC 6-3-2-2.3
In-state commercial printing for out-of-state customer
Sec. 2.3. Notwithstanding any other provision of this article, with respect to a person, corporation, or partnership that has contracted with a commercial printer for printing:
(1) the ownership or leasing by that entity of tangible or intangible property located at the Indiana premises of the commercial printer;
(2) the sale by that entity of property of any kind produced at and shipped or distributed from the Indiana premises of the commercial printer;
(3) the activities of any kind performed by or on behalf of that entity at the Indiana premises of the commercial printer; and
(4) the activities performed by the commercial printer in Indiana for or on behalf of that entity;
shall not cause that entity to have adjusted gross income derived from sources within Indiana for purposes of the taxes imposed by this chapter, unless that entity engages in other activities in Indiana away from the premises of the commercial printer that exceed the protection of 15 U.S.C. 381.
As added by P.L.70-1993, SEC.6. Amended by P.L.192-2002(ss), SEC.72.