Restaurant Business: Restaurant Franchisors Push for Fix of Tax Bill Gulch

By: Peter Romeo | Midsize restaurant franchisors could be denied a tax cut provided by the reform legislation currently before Congress if lawmakers fail to tweak the proposed changes for pass-through companies. The provision in question is an exception to a rate rollback for the owners of small and medium-sized companies whose profits are taxed as personal […]

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Billings Gazette: Still time to get tax reform right

By: Mike Ferretti | Late last week, as communities across the country kick off the holiday season, members of Congress worked hard to modernize the tax code for the first time in over three decades. House and Senate Republicans understand the dilemma: The tax code keeps our small businesses, including America’s 733,000 independently-owned franchise establishments, […]

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IFA and U.S. Chamber of Commerce Launch TV Ad in Support of Save Local Business Act

IFA and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce have teamed up to help educate Americans about the disastrous impacts of the joint employer scheme. The new TV ad is running in support of H.R. 3441, the Save Local Business Act

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The Hill: Historically, tax reform has been bipartisan – and It can be now

By Robert Cresanti | Breaking through the noise of Washington politics can be difficult. In a town with a bottomless pit of opinions, we all want our voices heard and, better yet, understood. There is no better way to break through than to unite the nation’s small business community and their lawmakers on an issue […]

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