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DOR > Tax Talk Blog > 2014 Annual Hearing Minutes Released 2014 Annual Hearing Minutes Released

June 6, 2014 - TaxTalk Blog

Each year, Hoosier taxpayers are invited to share their thoughts and concerns about the administration of Indiana taxes with the commissioner and other representatives from the Indiana Department of Revenue. This year’s annual meeting was held on June 3, 2014.

Representatives from the Indiana CPA Society (INCPAS), a professional organization of certified public accountants and professional tax preparers, were in attendance.

Dave McDaniel of the INCPAS thanked the department for its efforts in making Indiana’s tax environment business-friendly, and made valuable suggestions for next year’s tax season. Other comments and recommendations were also received.

Giving taxpayers and preparers a forum in which they can have their voices heard is just one more way the department continues to provide good customer service.

For the 2014 annual public hearing minutes, and a complete audio file of the hearing, visit www.in.gov/dor/4877.htm.


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