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Sept. 30, 2011
Running a business is both a dream and a challenge. And understanding state business taxes is often one of the biggest challenges a business will face. That is why the Indiana Department of Revenue wants to make sure that understanding and paying state taxes is as simple as possible.
For example, INtax is a great tool that will make filing and paying state business taxes, and taking care of several other record-keeping tasks, much easier. With INtax, a business can manage its obligations for Indiana retail sales, out of state sales, prepaid sales, metered pump sales, tire fees, fuel tax, withholding taxes and much more.
Many taxpayers currently using INtax are extremely satisfied with this online tool. In fact, 93 percent of INtax users surveyed said they were satisfied and would recommend INtax to others. And, they all liked the fact that it’s free.
Here are just a few of the other things a business can do using INtax:
To get started using INtax or to see an online tutorial, visit https://www.intax.in.gov/.
Another great resource to learn more about state business taxes is the online New and Small Business Education Center. Whether a business is a sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, nonprofit, or not sure, this online center can point a business in the right direction. The New and Small Business Education Center is not only a place to update information, apply for new taxes, or find forms, it is also a place with valuable resources for any business. Visit www.smallbiz.in.gov to see what this center has to offer.
To speak with a bilingual representative from the Indiana Department of Revenue with your business questions, call (317) 232-2240 (press 2 for Spanish) from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. You can also visit the Department’s Spanish website at www.impuestos.in.gov/ or you can submit questions via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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