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NFIB's Research Foundation randomly sampled 12,500 NFIB members between mid-November and mid-December, 2012 and asked them about a range of issues concerning the current federal tax code. Here's how small business owners responded about how much taxes impact their ability to operate their businesses.
Chris Whitcomb, NFIB tax counsel
"This survey unambiguously shows that comprehensive tax reform is a priority for small-business owners, and that they are willing to give in order to get," said NFIB Tax Counsel Chris Whitcomb. "For example, we now know that there is willingness in the small-business population to cap or eliminate popular tax exclusions and deductions in exchange for lower tax rates."
He added, "As federal lawmakers tackle the complex subject of tax reform, this new data will give them needed clarity on the views of the small-business community. With leaders in the House already developing discussion drafts for reform, this type of insight into small-business owners’ challenges, needs and mindset will be invaluable."
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