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    INTMA 2021 Update: What You Need to Know Right Now

    New Year, New Rules:  What Manufacturers Need to Know

    The latest round of economic stimulus legislation included in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, creates new tax provisions, expands Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding, and provides additional unemployment insurance benefits. And with a new presidential administration taking the helm, additional tax and legislative changes are on the horizon.

    What does all of this mean for your manufacturing company?

    Join Katz, Sapper & Miller, the Indiana Manufacturers Association, the Precision Metalforming Association, and the Indiana Tooling and Machining Association for a webinar Jan. 27 as professionals from KSM discuss what manufacturers need to know about the most recent stimulus bill, tax implications of a Biden presidency, and more.  Registration is complimentary:  click here to register.


    INTMA High School Precision Machining Competition Rescheduled for April 3, 2021

    Last week the INTMA Board of Directors voted to postpone this year's high school machining competition to April 3.  

    While we believe that this year's event will have to be a little different than in a typical year, we're still optimistic that we can make this happen at this stage.  Obviously if conditions change for the worse we will revisit and take whatever precautions are necessary, including cancelling the event if that's required. We feel strongly that it's important for us to make every effort to offer this program as we continue in our commitment to supporting workforce development and promoting precision machining in our state.  

    Please consider supporting this year's competition.  Event and sponsorship details can be found on our website here.


    INTMA SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS MARCH 1

    The INTMA Scholarship is an annual tuition scholarship created by the INTMA to promote the tooling and machining industry and assist students desiring to advance their education and pursue a career in tooling and machining. Applicants should demonstrate a clearly defined career interest in the tooling and machining industry.

    Successful scholarship applicants receive an annual award of up to $10,000 to cover tuition, books and tools expense for two semesters. Awards are for one academic year only. Recipients may re-apply for a second scholarship.  For details and to apply, head to the online scholarship portal here.