The new September ADP National Employment Report is out today saying that 162,000 new private-sector jobs were created in the U.S. last month. And once again small businesses with less than 50 workers created the most new jobs—81,000. Since the beginning of this year new jobs from small businesses have accounted for around 50% of […]
New U.S. PIRG Report Highlights Negative Impact of Tax Haven Abuse on Small Businesses, Ordinary Taxpayers Washington, DC – Today, Representative Chris Van Hollen, Business for Shared Prosperity (BSP), the American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC) and the Main Street Alliance (MSA) joined U.S. PIRG in unveiling its new report, “Picking Up the Tab: Average Citizens and
There are riots in Greece. The economies of Britain, Italy and Spain are not bouncing back from the Great Recession like they did after the Great Depression. Why? Because the governments in these countries opted for austerity and deficit reduction instead of investing in jobs as a way out of the recession. Which brings us to President
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Small Business Left Out of House Hearing on Tax Reform and Jobs; Small Business Leaders Meet With White House Officials Thursday Afternoon Washington, DC, June 2, 2011- The House Ways and Means Committee is holding a hearing on tax reform and jobs Thursday morning without small business, the engine of job creation.
This is a crucial week in Washington. Congress is back in session and the White House is holding a meeting Thursday with Congressional leaders to discuss issues. One of the issues will be extending tax cuts to the wealthiest 2 percent of the taxpayers—tax cuts that will increase the deficit by $700 billion over the