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Georgia Small Business News

  • NFIB Georgia Member Profile: Allen PeakeAs a state legislator and restaurateur with more than 20 locations, Peake tells us how his business background helped prepare him for local government.

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  • NFIB Prepares for Minimum Wage Fight in GeorgiaGeorgia lawmakers were unable to raise the state's minimum wage in this year's legislative session, prompting concerns in the small business community that the issue will return in 2016.

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  • WATCH: NFIB Webinar on Georgia Small Business Tax CreditsWe'll tell you what you need to know about state tax credits so you don't wind up leaving money on the table.

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  • Georgia Lawmakers and NFIB to Tackle State Income Tax in 2016NFIB will continue to lobby for reform on one of the top grievances for small business owners in Georgia: state income tax.

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    Georgia Small Business Issues

  • Issues Facing Georgia Small Businesses in 2015
    • Elimination of the State Income Tax: NFIB supports proposed legislation to amend Georgia’s Constitution; cap and phase out the state income tax over a period of time.  The income tax is one of the top state competitiveness issues for small business in Georgia.
    • Fighting Costly Health Insurance Mandates: Each year we fight efforts to increase mandated benefits on small business insurance plans that reduce flexibility and increase cost for business owners and their employees.
    • Junk Lawsuit Abuse Reform. NFIB/Georgia supports legislation to help cut down on the number of junk and frivolous lawsuits filed against small business.  We will advocate for legislation that ensures a fair and predictable legal climate for small business.
    • Finding a long-term solution to the state’s unemployment problem. NFIB/Georgia will continue to promote and advocate for policies that help Georgians get back to work.  We also must address the dire fiscal situation facing the state’s unemployment trust fund while protecting small business from exorbitant tax increases.

    Updated June 20, 2013

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