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Main Street Business Community Supports Comprehensive Tax Reform

A coalition of more than forty Main Street business groups, including the S Corporation Association, the National Federation of Independent Business, the National Farm Bureau, the Restaurant Association, and the National Wholesalers Association, released a letter today calling on Congress to resist pressure to consider corporate-only tax reform.

As the letter states:

Every day, nearly 70 million Americans go to work at a firm organized as something other than a C corporation. These “flow-through” businesses, structured as S corporations, partnerships, LLCs, or sole proprietorships, represent 95 percent of all businesses and they contribute more to our national income and our job

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2019-02-01T20:08:24+00:00March 20, 2013|

BRT Offers Up Higher Tax Rates on Pass-Through Businesses

The Business Roundtable (BRT), an association of some of America’s largest multinational corporations, today sent a letter to congressional leaders and the President calling for comprehensive tax and entitlement reform, but also leaving the door open for higher tax rates on individuals and smaller businesses.

In response, Brian Reardon, Executive Director of the S Corporation Association issued the following statement:

“We agree with the Business Roundtable that the only way to address our long-term fiscal challenge is through comprehensive reform of both the tax code and our entitlement programs, but we disagree that Congress should consider raising marginal rates on pass-through businesses

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2019-02-01T20:11:58+00:00December 12, 2012|

Business Groups United Against Payroll Tax Hike

In advance of next week’s vote to raise taxes on S corporations by $9 billion, a group of 38 business associations wrote Senate leadership strongly opposing the provision. Signed by S-Corp, the US Chamber, NFI and other leading groups, the letter details the numerous flaws in the provision. As reported in The Hill:

A coalition of business groups is pushing back against a Democratic proposal to pay for lower student loan rates with tax revenue. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, along with roughly three dozen other groups, said ‘the plan could increase the payroll tax burden on business owners

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2019-02-01T20:21:28+00:00May 4, 2012|

A Word From Our Chairman

Dear S-Corp Member:

Happy New Year! I am writing to thank you for your continued support of the S Corporation Association and the important work we do in defense of the S Corp community. As the incoming Chairman of the Association, I have lots of plans for 2012 that I want to share with you.

First, 2011 was a tough year for the stock and labor markets, but it was a productive year for the Association.

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2019-02-01T20:24:44+00:00January 20, 2012|

Business Coalition Letter Opposes Administration’s Corporate-Only Plan

S-CORP and thirty other trade associations sent a letter to the congressional tax-writing committee leaders today stating their opposition to the Administration’s reported corporate-only tax reform plan. States the letter:

As organizations representing millions of closely-held employers across the country, we are writing to express our strong opposition to any tax reform plan that will negatively impact 95 percent of America’s businesses.

Every day, nearly 70 million Americans wake up and go to work at a firm organized as something other than a C corporation. These “flow-through” businesses, structured as S corporations, partnerships, LLCs, or sole proprietorships, contribute more to

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2019-02-01T20:48:05+00:00May 11, 2011|