Small Business Job Killer

Jul 15 2009

At a time when creating jobs should be a priority, it is important to minimize harm to small businesses. According to the Small Business Association, one-third of new employer establishments fail within two years, and a major factor in a firm’s survivability is their ability to grow large enough to hire employees. The Democrats’ proposed tax increases will make it more costly for small businesses to hire employees. The Congress should look at policies which promote job growth, rather than penalize small business employers.

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    At a time when creating jobs should be a priority, it is important to minimize harm to small businesses. According to the Small Business Association, one-third of new employer establishments fail within two years, and a major factor in a firm’s survivability is their ability to grow large enough to hire employees. The Democrats’ proposed tax increases will make it more costly for small businesses to hire employees. The Congress should look at policies which promote job growth, rather than penalize small business employers. SmallBusinessJobKillerJuly152009.pdf (167.6 KBs)