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U.S. Small Businesses Face Extinction

Over the past 15 years, almost 2/3 of all net job creation in the U.S. has come from small business. With the various levels of U.S. government accounting for basically all of the rest of the new jobs in the U.S., this means that medium- and large-sized businesses have done nothing for the U.S. economy over the past 15 years. Despite this glaring dichotomy where we see small businesses producing all of the positive business activity in the U.S. economy while mid-sized and large businesses have contributed nothing, U.S. tax policy is punitive in the extreme toward small businesses (and their owners).

13Jul2011 | | 5 comments | Continued