Dear Business Leader:
The new tax law has been a boon for large corporations and a bust for small business. Most small business owners say they won’t be able to hire or give raises to employees due to the law. And many others are confused about whether the law applies to them, how to comply with the new tax code, and just what the implications are for their business.
It is hard to get straight information about the new tax law and what it actually means for Main Street entrepreneurs like you. To alleviate the confusion, Businesses for Responsible Tax Reform will host a tele-town hall at 9pm ET on Monday Oct. 29 to help arm small business owners with the facts they need to determine how the tax law impacts their business.
Join us for:
- A detailed look at the law’s small business provisions
- A discussion of the rules governing pass-through entities, which are key in determining tax breaks for the vast majority of small businesses
- An understanding of how small business provisions compare with corporate provisions
- Polling of small business owner sentiment about the law
- “Tax Reform 2.0”
- A question and answer session with our experts
Businesses for Responsible Tax Reform is a coalition of small business leaders that has come together to give Main Street small business owners a voice on taxes and to help entrepreneurs learn what the new law means for them. Our tele-town halls are a key way we deliver relevant information to you. So please join us!
Featured Speaker: Frank Knapp Jr.
Frank Knapp, Jr. is a co-chair of Businesses for Responsible Tax Reform and the CEO of the South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Knapp co-founded the South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce in 2000 and serves as the president and CEO of the 5,000+ member statewide advocacy organization that has taken a leadership role in making South Carolina more small business friendly in areas such as taxation, regulation, worker training, Workers Compensation Insurance, utility costs, health insurance, energy/conservation and economic development.
Featured Speaker: Anne Zimmerman
Anne Zimmerman is the co-chair of Businesses for Responsible Tax Reform, a coalition of small business owners and organizations, and the founder and owner of Zimmerman & Company CPAs, a public accounting firm with offices in Cincinnati and Cleveland, Ohio that specializes in serving small business clients. Compensation Insurance, utility costs, health insurance, energy/conservation and economic development.