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The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), which supports most of Governor Cuomo’s tax cut proposals, today said the best way to ensure their full implementation is to cap state spending increases at two percent. “The Governor’s budget assumes that … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again. New York State employers are required to give workers (both new hires and existing employees) a notice of wage rates by February 1st every year. The notice should be in English and the employee’s … Continue reading
New York State recently made several changes to the Unemployment Insurance (UI) system as part of the Business Relief Act passed in the 2013-2014 State Budget. These changes will save employers approximately $400 million in total and will allow the … Continue reading
“New York’s small business owners are encouraged that the Governor’s Executive Budget proposal continues to promote fiscal responsibility and incorporates components of our small business agenda. “Governor Cuomo has rightfully focused on reducing New York’s sizable tax burden this year. … Continue reading
New York’s notorious scaffold law has a broad negative impact. The dramatic increase of costs on schools, municipalities, small business and taxpayers has ground new construction and vital infrastructure modernization to a halt. This isn’t spin, these are facts. Children … Continue reading
Hydraulic fracturing has been important to providing small businesses with the affordable and reliable energy they need to operate and grow. Yet, even in states where fracking has been approved, projects on federal land can still be subject to federal … Continue reading
There has been a lot of talk in the media and even Congressional hearings on whether or not the source code powering the Obamacare federal website violates HIPAA privacy protections on medical records and personal health information. But this chatter … Continue reading
Efficient and convenient aren’t words usually associated with state government. But small business owners in New York State may soon be able to breathe easier knowing that there’s at least one thing that the state is trying to improve for … Continue reading
New York State Premium and Tax Credit Estimator NY State of Health, the official health care exchange, has made a premium and tax credit estimator available. Individuals with household incomes below $45,960 and a family of four with a household … Continue reading
It is no secret that federal regulators often don’t want their rules held up for scrutiny. But recent actions by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regarding how it defines “waters of the United States” are – at best – alarming. … Continue reading