Michigan Small Business Issues

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  • Rescind or Change Rule Requiring Phone ReplacementSmall businesses could be required to scrap their phones and buy a new system before December 31 of 2016 under a little known rule.

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  • Stop Taxing Health Insurance ClaimsAttempts to push a $1.98 billion health insurance tax hike through the Senate will resume immediately when the Legislature returns in January of 2016.

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  • Small Business Supports Further Civil Forfeiture ReformsSmall business owners in Michigan want to see further reforms of the state’s “civil asset forfeiture” laws to restrict the seizure of private property.

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  • Repeal Michigan’s Prevailing Wage LawNFIB will be teaming up with the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) and other groups to repeal prevailing wage.

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  • Stop Illegal Public Employee StrikesNFIB supports changes to current public school employee strike laws to tighten penalties for those who choose to strike illegally.

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  • Guard Against Sales Tax on Services via Treasury Rulings The Michigan Department of Treasury has been reclassifying items that are "services" as "products" so they can now be subject to the state sales and use tax.

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