Small businesses say federal income tax hike will hurt them

04/6/2009 | Las Vegas Review-Journal

New research by Gallup and NFIB indicates that proposed federal tax increases will hurt small companies, which have the most employees. Despite the administration's claim that most small-business owners will not meet the $250,000 annual personal income mark for higher taxes, Nevada accountant Dianna Russo says her 17-employee office does as do most of her clients. "People will find ways to make up those tax dollars, and it's usually not in good ways," she said.

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