- The Right to Full and Fair Compensation: Making Sure Small Business Gets a Fair-Shake
- How the West Was Won: What Does the Brandt Decision Mean for Property Rights?
- NFIB to Silver: You Want Better Schools, Reform Scaffold.
- NFIB Legal Center Submits Hard-Ball Questions to IRS Over Affordable Care Act Regulations
- NFIB Legal Center Dissents in Sarbanes-Oxley Case
Monthly Archives: May 2012
On a rainy Tuesday…some small business news.. Yesterday, the Governor again stated that he did not see a deal on the minimum wage issue before the legislative session ends in a few weeks. Speaker Silver, however, feels that the Senate … Continue reading
From Washington D.C., the following release kicks off a series for Small Business Week and the concerns small businesses have across the country – WASHINGTON, D.C., May 21, 2012 — Today marks the beginning of Small Business Week, and the … Continue reading
As we start the week, just a few headlines… Is the property tax cap override provision constitutional? The teacher’s union seems to think it is not. Members of Governor Cuomo’s party continue to push for action on the minimum wage … Continue reading
The United States Small Business Administration issued the following press release on Wednesday. If your business suffered significant economic loss as a result of the environmental disasters from last fall’s tropical storms, this may be of interest to you. “Businesses … Continue reading
On a terrific, sunny Friday….some headlines.. Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin pens a terrific guest blog post for Unshackle Upstate highlighting his commitment and the need for more focus on New York’s small businesses. Public employees, despite recently negotiated contracts that did … Continue reading
This week I had the fortunate opportunity to spend some time in Washington DC with small business owners from across the country. It truly was a tremendous event for NFIB and the voice of small business was ringing in our … Continue reading
On a beautiful Friday and the end of a long and rainy week…here are some small business headlines..(remember it is Mother’s Day on Sunday!!) Some more proof that cutting taxes, in this instance corporate franchise taxes, will spur job creation … Continue reading
Yesterday, the Kauffman Foundation released results from a survey that showed New York as a recipient of one of the worst ratings in the nation when it comes to small business. The full report can be found here. Below is … Continue reading
With less than a week before school budget votes are taken, and reports that an overwhelming majority of New York’s school’s are complying with the cap, it is important to look at the whole picture. Prior to enacting the tax … Continue reading