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Several Important Small Business Bills on Hold Until January

Here's a look at some of the issues left hanging at the end of the 2015 legislation session.

South Carolina

NFIB Joins Other Groups in Calling for Cap on Business License Fees

NFIB/South Carolina supports legislation to cap business license fees at $100, regardless of size or number of locations.

South Carolina Small Business News

  • Several Important Small Business Bills on Hold Until JanuaryHere's a look at some of the issues left hanging at the end of the 2015 legislation session.

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  • NFIB Joins Other Groups in Calling for Cap on Business License FeesNFIB/South Carolina supports legislation to cap business license fees at $100, regardless of size or number of locations.

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  • REBUTTAL: Capping Business License Fees Would Help Small BusinessesLocal governments oppose the bill, but capping business license fees at $100 would help small, family businesses.

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  • SC Teen Earns NFIB ScholarshipThe NFIB Young Entrepreneur Awards recognize graduating seniors who have started their own small businesses.

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    South Carolina Small Business Issues

  • Challenges Facing NFIB/South Carolina
    Eliminate the Personal Property Tax
    NFIB is working with the Department of Revenue to find a way to eliminate the business personal property tax.
     
    Pass Legislation that Eliminates the Need for Duplicate City and County Business Licenses
    NFIB supports legislation that would eliminate excessive duplicate business license fees and taxes for a business to operate within a city’s border.
     
    Drug Testing for Unemployment Insurance
    NFIB supports legislation that would disqualify people from collecting unemployment benefits if they fail a pre-employment drug test.
     
    Restore protections for Limited Liability Companies
    In 2012, the state Supreme Court said an LLC member could be held personally liable for construction defects. NFIB supports efforts to restore the protections LLC members had before the ruling.
     

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