Senate Bill 565 – Department of State Revenue Authored by Sen. Travis Holdman (R-Markle) Contains numerous changes to the administrative procedures governing the operations of the state Department of Revenue (DOR). The Latest: Heard by the House Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday, but no vote taken yet. Chamber Position: Support Chamber Action/Commentary: This is DOR’s “agency bill” – always a [...]
Chamber Concerns Addressed in State Revenue Bill; Worker’s Comp Benefit Increase and Virtual Education Bills Pass
Senate Bill 565 (Department of State Revenue), authored by Sen. Travis Holdman (R-Markle), passed the full Senate on Tuesday. This is the Department of Revenue’s (DOR) “agency bill” that largely includes items to help it do its job, but a couple added provisions were of concern to the Chamber. Those were remedied on Monday with a second reading amendment [...]
Revisions Called for in Department of Revenue Bill; Administrative Law Judge ‘Pool’ Bill Refined; More Movies Coming to Indiana?
Senate Bill 565 – Department of State Revenue Authored by Sen. Travis Holdman (R-Markle) Contains numerous changes to the administrative procedures governing the operations of the department of revenue. Full details. Chamber Position: Support in Part/Oppose in Part The Latest: Passed the Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee and now headed to the Senate floor for consideration. Chamber Action/Commentary: This is [...]
The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) has partnered with FAST Enterprises, LLC to take Indiana to the next level in state tax administration. This partnership will provide Indiana with an entirely new, state-of-the-art technology system for DOR’s customers to file tax returns, make payments, view and manage their business and individual tax accounts. Legislation passed in 2017 allocated funding [...]
A couple significant pieces of tax legislation were left hanging when the regular session of the General Assembly ended in chaos on March 14. Both SB 242 and HB 1316 were deemed bills that “needed” to pass and are a large part of why the Governor called a special session to convene on May 14. Senate Bill 242 includes [...]