For Self-Employed Entrepreneurs, Losing The ACA Would Be An Enormous Setback

Health Affairs

Lawmakers who dream of gutting the Affordable Care Act (ACA) do not seem to care about its importance to small business owners, particularly those who are solo entrepreneurs. What these politicians fail to understand is that the health care law is the first meaningful insurance reform available to entrepreneurs in decades. In fact, for many self-employed business owners, their firms would not exist without it. That’s why repealing the law is going to be a sizable setback for entrepreneurship. Continue reading

Small businesses like corporate tax cut only if loopholes closed

The Hill

In light of President Trump’s recent address to Congress in which he called for corporate tax reform, some are imploring lawmakers to save small businesses from what has been termed “some of the most anti-business tax rates and rules in the world.”

While tax reform is essential to helping small businesses, many clamoring for changes to the tax code are thinking only of the wealthiest entrepreneurs and not the rest of America’s 28 million small businesses that would benefit from lower corporate tax rates only if that reduction is accompanied by the elimination of costly loopholes that boost profits for large corporations. Continue reading