If you are a small-business owner, please help identify any unnecessary or duplicative state reporting requirements by clicking here.
This link takes you to a short, confidential survey where you can identify situations when you were required by state law, rule or guideline to submit similar information to at least two state agencies. This information can include notifications, tax reports, employment data and other statistical data.
Often, employers spend unnecessary time and resources trying to meet redundant reporting requirements, which can hinder efficiency and performance. Because employers have firsthand experience with these regulations, they are in the best position to point out those that are unneeded.
Answers collected from the survey could help shape future legislation as part of the effort to reduce government regulations and costs, and streamline processes to make our state more efficient and appealing to businesses.
Earlier this year, U.S. News and World Report ranked Indiana as the best-run state in America based on fiscal responsibility, streamlined operations and enhanced transparency. House Republicans are working to continue the state’s momentum by improving government efficiency, which ultimately saves taxpayer dollars and helps the economy.