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January 9, 2013 – TaxTalk Blog
This is the second of a three-part series.
A couple of days ago we discussed the new electronic filing mandate for filing and remitting sales and withholding taxes. Today we’re talking about the INtax registration process, filing procedures, and possible exceptions to the mandate (there are a few, and most are short-term).
Since 2005, Indiana has offered an electronic filing and payment system for business taxpayers called INtax. The system allows business taxpayers to report and remit sales tax, withholding tax, tire tax, prepaid taxes, wireless prepaid taxes, and others at one site. Payment can be made through INtax or electronic funds transfer (EFT).
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Be sure to register for INtax or begin using a third-party agent rather than risk non-compliance and legal actions.
*Exceptions. The department recognizes that not all businesses will be able to comply with the law due to special circumstances. With that in mind, the department will allow a few exceptions.
The exceptions will include
Get Departmental Notice #36, Electronic Filing and Payment Mandates, for more information about the new requirements.
Come back in a couple of days for information about how your tax practitioner can help you meet your filing requirement needs.
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