NFIB Testifies Before PA House Finance Committee

Date: October 08, 2021

On Wednesday, October 6, 2021, NFIB PA State Director Greg Moreland testified before the PA House of Representatives Finance Committee, calling on lawmakers to take action on tax fairness for pass-through businesses in the Commonwealth.

Joining the NFIB PA team in testifying was Warren Hudak, chairman of NFIB’s State Leadership Council and president of Hudak and Company, a Central Pennsylvania-based small-business accounting firm specializing in payroll services, bookkeeping, sales tax services, and advanced tax transaction analysis. Also testifying was NFIB and Leadership Council member Doug Henry. Mr. Henry is president of Henry Molded Products, Inc., based in Lebanon.

NFIB PA State Director Greg Moreland testifies before the PA House Finance Committee, along with NFIB members Warren Hudak, president of Hudak and Company, and Doug Henry, president of Henry Molded Products, Inc.

Moreland testified: “NFIB believes a more effective, pro-growth tax strategy would put an end to taxpayer-funded economic development programs that support a select few. Now is the time to simplify the tax code to position Pennsylvania as a taxpayer-friendly state for entrepreneurs to create and businesses to build and invest; and reduce the state’s tax burden on job creators. Taking these steps would encourage people to come—or to come back— to Pennsylvania as a growing center of economic opportunity. Let’s not miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to restructure how we tax small and independent businesses in Pennsylvania. You have the ability to make a generational impact.”

A copy of NFIB’s entire testimony can be found here: NFIB Testimony Before PA House Finance Committee

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