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Lawmakers Introduce Legislation that Supports Small Business Philanthropic Giving

Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Representatives Schock (R-Ill.) and Schilling (R-Ill.) are touting legislation that would allow small businesses (C corporations are not eligible) to receive the same tax deduction given to larger corporation for the donation of extra inventory to charity and nonprofits.  

Considering that the self-employed and small businesses (499 or less employees) make up 99% of the U.S. business economy, it is yet another glaring example of continued disadvantages faced by the self-employed and small business owners. We applaud Representatives Schock and Schilling in their efforts. 

Full text of the legislation can be found here.

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Katie Vlietstra - As Vice President for Government Relations and Public Affairs, I work to explain how actions on Capitol Hill can impact the self-employed. I love D.C. and have made my home in Capitol Hill, where I live with my husband and black Labrador, Coltrane. We love playing volleyball and softball on the National Mall. 

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