EVENT: Tax Guide for Native Americans

FREE Zoom Meeting introducing the new IRS Publication 5424

Income Tax Guide for Native American Individuals and Sole Proprietors Event

You are invited to join us for a free Zoom meeting hosted by the office of Indian Tribal Governments introducing the new IRS Publication 5424, Income Tax Guide for Native American Individuals and Sole Proprietors (PDF) (rev. 9/2020).

This meeting will familiarize you with this new publication which discusses the tax treatment of certain income unique to Native American individuals and sole proprietors and helps in preparing their tax returns.

Each session is limited to the first 950 participants.

Dates and Times:

Tuesday Feb. 9, 2021

10:00 a.m. Eastern – Meeting ID: 160 262 9166


3:00 p.m. Eastern – Meeting ID: 160 625 2597

Participants may also join via voice call. Dial by your location and input the meeting ID when prompted:
• (669) 254 5252 US (San Jose)
• (646) 828 7666 US (New York)

Questions emailed to with the subject line “Pre-submitted questions for the Pub. 5424 Awareness Day” will be answered as time permits.

The tribal community can find answers to many questions on

Federally recognized Indian tribal governments are not subject to federal income tax but they must pay employment tax on wages paid to employees. Members of a federally recognized Indian tribe are subject to federal income and employment tax and the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), like other United States citizens.

Kevin Huddleston
Partner, Finley & Cook

Kevin Huddleston (Member – Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma) is a Partner for Finley and Cook’s Business Consulting Division, providing outsourced accounting and consulting services for Native American tribe and casino clients. He has over thirty years of experience with auditing and accounting for various organizations, including tribes and tribal enterprises and he’s also a CGMA (Chartered Global Management Accountant) and a CFF (Certified in Financial Forensics).

Clients value Kevin’s unique skill at helping non-financial casino managers, tribal leaders and gaming commissioners get an understanding of their casino’s operations. His insights on performance help casino management and tribal leaders make strategic decisions. Through his three decades of working within the gaming industry, he is an expert in integrating the many financial systems unique to the gaming industry.

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