Small Business Owners Reject Corporate Tax Avoidance

Published on April 24, 2013 Accuracy.org Two national business policy groups released a poll showing small business owners strongly oppose corporate tax loopholes. More than four out of five small business owners (85%) oppose aterritorial tax system, which would permanently exempt offshore profits fromU.S. taxation. Frank Knapp is vice chairman of the American SustainableBusiness Council …

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Small business opposes multinational corporations’ tax avoidance

Published on April 9, 2013 By Frank Knapp, Jr. | The Hill’s Congress Blog In our highly partisan environment there seems to be very few issues that Republicans, Independents and Democrats agree on. This partisanship is easily seen in Congress but is also alive with voters across the country. Small business owners are often no …

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Proposed bill would help even out competition among health insurers

Published on March 20, 2013 By Lauren Sausser, The Post and Courier South Carolinians covered by companies other than Blue Cross Blue Shield could see lower health insurance premiums if a proposed bill is signed into state law. Senate Bill 145 is attempting to even the playing field among competing companies in astate that is …

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Without Medicaid expansion, hefty fines loom for small SC firms

Published on February 23, 2013 By JOEY HOLLEMAN, The State COLUMBIA, SC — A wave of higher health insurance expenses will threaten the bottom lines of many small and medium-sized businesses starting next year under the Affordable Care Act. And if S.C. leaders turn down expanding Medicaid,as expected, the wave will be even bigger. Those …

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Knapp: Not expanding Medicaid will cost SC small businesses

Published on February 21, 2013 By FRANK KNAPP JR. — Guest Columnist, The State Columbia, SC — The debate is underway over whether to expand the federal-state health insurance program, Medicaid, to more uninsured low-income South Carolinians. Opponents of expansion, made possible by the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, are led by Gov. Nikki Haley’s …

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