Small-business chamber raising its voice

Published in The State

The S.C. Chamber of Commerce won’t have the only formal business agenda next year.

A major tax reform bill that would cut state taxes on small business by almost 30 percent was introduced at the end of the current session by Rep. Tim Wilkes, D-Fairfield.

The bill, to be reintroduced next year, will form the centerpiece of The S.C. Small Business Chamber of Commerce’s legislative agenda.

The small business chamber was formed in February with Wilkes as its chairman.

Wilkes says most small businesses pay far more in taxes than large companies.

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