A New Braunfels small businesswoman shared how Texas’s inventory tax penalizes her for trying to run a profitable business
As part of the ‘Cut the Inventory Tax’ campaign, Marcie Rodriguez, a New Braunfels small businesswoman shared how Texas’s inventory tax penalizes her for trying to run a profitable business and makes it difficult for her to compete with larger companies.
In the video, Rodriguez said in part:
“Our legislators need to know that we’re doing the best that we can. I don’t hold onto things because I want to or because I don’t need to sell it. A lot of times it’s the circumstances [that forces me to hold on to inventory], like the shortness of labor, or the price of the market went down in the metal commodities. It’s those kinds of things.”
Now is the time to cut the inventory tax. We need your help to tell the small business story. If you’d like to share your story on why the Texas Legislature needs to cut the inventory tax, please contact Texas State Director Annie Spilman ([email protected]).
CLICK HERE to watch the full video. To learn more about NFIB’s ‘Cut the Inventory Tax,’ visit NFIB.com/TexasTaxCut. CLICK HERE to learn more about small business priorities for the 88th Legislature.