Could a New State Program Streamline Your Indiana Small Business Operations?

Date: August 01, 2017

As an Indiana small business owner, have you been required to submit nearly the same information to two or more separate state agencies? How much time does this take you? These are questions that the state Legislature is interested in having answered.

Under the new House Enrolled Act 1157, the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) set up an online portal so that small businesses and local governments can submit feedback on redundant state reporting rules.

NFIB/Indiana strongly supported the bill. 

“We are asking Indiana’s employers to help us identify redundant state reporting requirements that cause unnecessary work and hinder efficiency,” said state Rep. Mike Karickhoff, who voted in favor of the legislation, and is an NFIB-endorsed lawmaker. “With this information, we will work to consolidate and eliminate practices where possible to better support small-business owners.”

The web survey is easy to use and only takes around 5 minutes to complete, according to Government Technology. If you want to help consolidate state reporting requirements to simplify your business operations, visit www.iedc.in.gov/programs and click on “Duplicative Reporting” to give feedback, or you can access the survey directly here.  

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