NFIB Launches Pennsylvania Radio Ad Campaign Thanking Rep. Lloyd Smucker for Supporting Small Business Deduction

Date: June 05, 2024

Radio ad recognizes Rep. Lloyd Smucker’s efforts to stop massive tax hike on Pennsylvania small businesses

HARRISBURG, Pa. (May 13, 2024) – The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation’s leading small business advocacy organization, announced a new paid advertising campaign launching today featuring a radio ad thanking Rep. Lloyd Smucker (PA-11) for supporting efforts to make the 20% Small Business Deduction permanent by passing the Main Street Tax Certainty Act.

“Small business owners want to see Congress take action and make the 20% Small Business Deduction permanent, and Rep. Lloyd Smucker has been a strong leader on this issue,” said NFIB Vice President of Federal Government Relations Jeff Brabant. “Main Street is at risk of a massive tax hike if the Small Business Deduction expires in 2025. Passing the Main Street Tax Certainty Act should be a top priority for Congress, and we are encouraged that this important bipartisan legislation has been introduced in both Chambers. We urge Congress to pass it and we thank Rep. Lloyd Smucker for his leadership for Pennsylvania’s small businesses.”

Listen to the radio ad thanking Rep. Lloyd Smucker here:

The 20% Small Business Deduction (Section 199A) allows small businesses organized as pass-throughs (S corporations, LLCs, sole proprietorships, or partnerships) the ability to deduct up to 20% of qualified business income and is scheduled to expire in 2025.

NFIB President Brad Close recently penned an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal where he discussed the importance of the 20% Small Business Deduction for Main Street businesses nationwide.

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