In Case You Missed It: Small Businesses Support Letting Tax Cuts for High Earners Expire
With the election behind us, the focus is now shifting toward imminent problems such as the “fiscal cliff,” expiring tax cuts and the need for a comprehensive fiscal strategy that will support small businesses, strengthen economic development and reduce our deficit.
National opinion polling we recently released found a majority of small business owners believe tax cuts for high-income earners should expire at the end of the year, and that government can play an effective role in helping small businesses thrive. Small business owners also strongly oppose letting tax cuts for the middle class expire.
On Nov. 14, Small Business Majority will release additional polling results showing small business owners’ opinions on the fiscal cliff in general, and how they feel about specific tax provisions and spending cuts that have created this situation. That morning Small Business Majority will host a tele-press conference at 10 a.m. EST with our founder and CEO John Arensmeyer and two small business owners to discuss the findings. Media advisory with call-in information will follow.
Posted: November 8, 2012
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