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Miller: Democrats Should Call Off Their Plan to Burden Small Businesses With More Taxes

July 20, 2022

“As they grapple with record inflation, the highest in 40 years, we need to support our vulnerable employers, not burden them with more federal taxes,” writes Rep. Carol Miller (R-WV) in an op-ed for the Herald-Dispatch.

To read the full op-ed click here.

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Democrats’ “Mom & Pop Paycut” is a penalty on running a small business.

“The proposal would be a significant tax increase for certain businesses and is inaccurately being characterized by Senate Democrats as ‘closing a loophole.’ Not a penny of Sen. Schumer’s new tax will be paid by large corporations.”

Owner-operator small businesses are the cornerstone of our economy.

“West Virginia small businesses are the backbone of our economy. Ninety-five percent of our state’s businesses are small, representing nearly half of all West Virginia payroll. These businesses aren’t using a loophole. They’re hanging on by a thread, and they need our help. Now is not the time to throw a new small business tax at them.”

To read the full op-ed click here.