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Tag Archives: small business news
The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) today said that lawmakers in Albany who would like to keep tort reform on the back burner should read a new report today by a national group that named New York City one … 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
Great news for New York’s family farms! Today, Governor Cuomo announced that he has signed the legislation capping the annual agriculture assessment! Below is our statement… “By signing the cap on agriculture assessments, Governor Cuomo has sent a strong message … Continue reading
Homeowners in New York State have started to receive letters from New York State Department of Taxation and Finance about a new one-time registration requirement to receive the STAR tax exemption. The registration requirement aims to protect taxpayer dollars by … Continue reading
On Wednesday I had the pleasure of testifying before the State Senate on the timely topic of tax reform in New York. At this hearing, NFIB/NY recommended a ten-point plan to drastically reduce the tax burden on small business. Below … Continue reading
A few weeks ago President Obama took the unusual step of involving himself in an administrative matter that would have been otherwise handled by people many levels below the Oval Office. He personally crafted a “solution” to a problem affecting … Continue reading
The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) urged lawmakers in Albany to sack a tax on plastic bags proposed by several New York City Council members. “It’ll be a headache for small businesses to administer and another nuisance tax for … Continue reading
I have the absolute privilege of representing almost 11,o00 small businesses across New York. This is not something I take lightly. I know many small business owners personally both within and outside the NFIB membership and always make a point … Continue reading
When the Senate adjourned just prior to 7am on Saturday, the 2013 legislative session officially ended. Since then, we have read quotes like “most productive legislative session ever”. Really!? For who?! Outside of two necessary reforms incorporated in the state … Continue reading