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According to the Small Business Administration, 49 percent of businesses fail in the first five years. One factor that can contribute to business failure is failing to understand taxes. When new and small Hoosier businesses have difficulty with taxes it is due to not understanding Indiana regulations regarding filing and paying taxes in Indiana.
To address this issue, the Indiana Department of Revenue launched the Business Education Outreach Program to help businesses thrive through better taxpayer education earlier in the business formation process. The program offers free tax presentations to Hoosier organizations and the public. The webinar-format and in-person presentations discuss pertinent tax information for new and small businesses, and attendees have the opportunity to have questions answered by an experienced department representative.
The following presentations are available in webinar-format.
The department works with the Indiana CPA Society, Indiana chambers of commerce, Indiana legislators, and other business and community organizations to hold free in-person presentations about pertinent tax information. The following presentation topics currently are available, but the department will create custom presentations based on the needs of your organization.
Below is a list of upcoming business outreach education events. For more details, click the event presentation.
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If you or your organization is interested in hosting a seminar or having a representative speak to your members, please contact Katherine McLear at 317-234-8587.
For more information about the Business Outreach Education Program, contact Katherine McLear at 317-234-8587 or firstname.lastname@example.org.