Access Indiana


INBiz is excited to announce the launch of our sign-in portal, Access Indiana.

Access Indiana allows citizens to use one login and one password to securely access multiple services for the State of Indiana.

How this impacts existing INBiz users?

All existing INBiz users must create an Access Indiana account. This will link your INBiz dashboard to your Access Indiana account. Make sure to use the email address associated to your INBiz account to create your Access Indiana account. This will ensure that all your INBiz information is saved. See help video.

How this impacts new INBiz Users?

Simply follow the instructions in this help video to create an account.

FAQs - About - INBiz
  • What is INBiz?23
    • INBiz is a website where businesses can log on with one username and password to do business with multiple areas of government in the state of Indiana. Currently, the website offers Secretary of State, Department of Workforce Development and Department of Revenue services.

  • What type of business can I start?23
    • While INBiz is happy to offer general information, we cannot offer legal advice. Consulting an attorney may be important if your business is more complicated than a lemonade stand. However, Click Here for information about the entity type your business might take.

  • Who can do business on INBiz?23
    • INBiz is open to anyone who wants to register a business with the Secretary of State or comply with business registration requirements. Once a new business has registered with the Secretary of State, that business can use INBiz to register with the Department of Revenue. An existing business can use INBiz to add a new tax type or a new location to its Department of Revenue registration.

  • What can I do on INBiz?23
    • You can register your business with the Secretary of State's office, make changes to your business registration filing and pay your annual filing fees. Businesses are able to register with the Department of Revenue. In addition, businesses are able to add a tax type to a location and add a new location with the Department of Revenue.

      Businesses also can register with the Department of Workforce Development. INBiz links directly with the Department of Workforce Development's current system allowing businesses to do anything that is available online today.

  • Will additional services be available?23
    • Yes, the Secretary of State, Department of Revenue and the Department of Workforce Development are all working to identify additional areas of service to make available on the portal at a later date.

  • When will those additional services be available?23
    • Additional services for the current offices involved in the project will most likely be available in early 2017. In addition to adding services for the current offices, INBiz plans to expand to offer additional offices as well. We are currently working to identify those offices.

  • How do I register a new business?23
    • If you are starting a new business in Indiana, you need log on to INBiz or create an account to register your business. The INBiz system will walk you through the process of registering your business step-by-step. Remember once you register your business, you will need to regularly file business entity reports with the office to keep us up to date on your businesses information.

  • What is a business entity report?23
    • A report that is filed bi-yearly for for-profit companies and yearly for non-profit companies during your anniversary month. The report keeps the state up to date with information on your business information.

      For-profit have to file every 2 years on the anniversary month.

  • When should I file a business entity report?23
    • Non-profits have to file every year on their anniversary month of formation or anniversary month when granted authority to do business in the state of Indiana.

  • As a Sole Proprietor do I have to register with the Secretary of State's office?23
    • No, if you are a sole proprietor, you don't have to register with the Secretary of State's office. However you are required to register with the Indiana Department of Revenue. You can complete this business tax registration via the INBiz website. If you will have employees, you also may need to register with the Department of Workforce Development. This also can be completed via INBiz.

  • I want a certified copy of a business. 23
    • Certified copies are available at the bottom of the INBiz homepage under popular resources. Click on the certified copies link to generate copies.

If you have further questions please contact us.