Post Tagged with: "NFIB"

NFIB Supports Haslam’s Inheritance Tax Cut

by / on January 30, 2012

The National Federation of Independent Businesses would like Tennessee to join the 27 states that don’t impose an inheritance tax. The group is happy, however, with Governor Haslam’s plan to make gradual cuts

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NFIB Warns Businesses about Immigration Audits

by / on June 23, 2011

The National Federation of Independent Businesses sent out a press release yesterday announcing that businesses could soon be audited to see if they’ve hired illegal immigrants.

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Haslam Says Regulation Impedes Job Growth

by / on March 1, 2011

Government regulation is standing in the way of job growth—that was Governor Bill Haslam’s popular message to small business owners Tuesday.

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Some Small Businesses Shut Out of Healthcare Tax Credit

Some Small Businesses Shut Out of Healthcare Tax Credit

by / on October 5, 2010

Some portions of the new healthcare law are just now kicking in, but a tax credit worth thousands of dollars has been on the books for months.

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Conflicting Endorsements in Governor’s Race

by / on September 29, 2010

A small business advocacy group has endorsed Republican Bill Haslam in the Tennessee Governor’s race, while part of one of the state’s major newspapers is throwing its support behind Democrat Mike McWherter.

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Small Businesses Ask for Incentives from Candidates for Governor

by / on July 27, 2010

The Democrat in the race for governor told small business owners Tuesday he wants to give them tax breaks for creating new jobs. Republican candidates say the money isn’t there.

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Nashville Healthcare Leaders Attempt to Redirect Industry Overhaul

by / on August 10, 2009

Nashville health care innovators are cautioning Congress to rethink its approach to overhauling the industry.

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Some Small Business Owners Want Public Health Care Option

by / on July 7, 2009

A majority of Tennessee’s entrepreneurs say a government-run insurance option needs to be a part of reforming the nation’s health care system.

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