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Tax Reform Draft Raises Serious Concerns

Date: February 26, 2014

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For Immediate Release
Contact:  Eric Reller 202-314-2073 or Eric.Reller@NFIB.org

 

Tax Reform Draft Raises Serious Concerns

 

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 26, 2014 National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Vice President of Federal Public Policy Brad Close made the following statement in response to today’s tax reform draft introduced by Chairman Camp:


“NFIB has long advocated tax reform that achieves lower rates and a simpler code,” said Close. “While we appreciate Chairman Camp pursuing tax reform that lowers some rates, we are very concerned that this plan does not address the core issues that are important to all small businesses: simplifying the code, leveling the playing field for all businesses, and addressing both corporate and individual tax rates.  We look forward to working with members of the Ways & Means Committee and Chairman Camp to achieve comprehensive tax reform that does not pick winners and losers based on size and type of business.”

 

NFIB’s positions are based on member balloting and extensive research by the NFIB Research Foundation. NFIB produced the survey Taxes and Spending: Small Business Owner Opinions last year that outlines the tax reform priorities of small business owners.

 

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NFIB is the nation’s leading small business advocacy association, with offices in Washington, D.C. and all 50 state capitals. Founded in 1943 to give small-business owners a voice in public policy-making, NFIB’s policy positions are set by its 350,000 business-owner members, who send their views directly to state and federal lawmakers through NFIB’s unique member-only ballot. NFIB’s mission is to promote and protect the right of our members to own, operate and grow their businesses. More information is available online at www.NFIB.com/newsroom.
 

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