Senate Republicans Aim to Boost New York's Small Businesses

Date: February 14, 2018

On February 13th, the Senate Republican Conference announced their “Jobs and Opportunity Agenda” for 2018.  Aimed at boosted New York’s small businesses, their agenda includes a meaningful small business tax cut, dramatically reforming the rule-making process and cutting costly regulations and reducing high energy costs.

The entire plan can be viewed here:

NFIB/New York State Director on the proposed agenda:

“Leader Flanagan and his Senate Republican colleagues unveiled a bold and necessary agenda that will reduce taxes, cut redundant red tape and bolster small businesses all across New York.  While the vast majority of small businesses and taxpayers are getting a boost from the recently enacted federal tax reform, New York remains noncompetitive for small employers. Doubling down and cutting state taxes for small business would provide a significant infusion of confidence and cutting costly and unneeded regulations will help employers remain viable and expand.

It is our hope that these proposals will be integrated into the pending budget negotiations and enacted in April.  We applaud the Senate Republican Conference for their commitment to help small business.”

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