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Romney Remains Vocal On Vital Role of Small Businesses In U.S. Economy
An Improved Economy is at the Top of the Republican Candidate’s List as the 2012 Presidential Election Approaches.
The Republican Party is known to be the stronger supporter of small businesses, and their presidential nominee Mitt Romney is hoping to continue that trend. Throughout the campaign trail, Romney has been continually vocal about his ideas on how growth of small businesses is essential to the revitalization of the economy and reducing unemployment rates.
“Our campaign is about making it easier for entrepreneurs, women and men, to start businesses, to grow businesses. We will champion small business because we know that's where our jobs come from,” states Romney at a rally last month in rural Ohio.
Some of the issues that are the most crucial to the U.S. small business owners include taxes, healthcare and regulations for businesses. Each of these in someway affects the future of how all businesses operate and fare in the wavering economy.
Their standpoint on taxes has a large influence on small business owner’s favorability of a candidate. Romney’s running mate, vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan, recently introduced a budget proposal which includes a measure that would bring the corporate tax rate down from 35 percent to 25 percent. However, his introduction to the Republican ticket has not shown to make a difference in voter’s minds on which candidate they prefer.
About Nevada Corporate Headquarters
Nevada Corporate Headquarters, Inc. is a one-stop shop for business start-up and consulting services in Nevada. NCH is a pioneer for small businesses and a facilitator for entrepreneurships of every type. The mission of NCH is to launch businesses and protect wealth. We offer a wide range of services to assist small business owners, such as corporation packages and resident agent and related services, including tax and bookkeeping services, financial services, estate planning, and more. Please visit www.NCHinc.com for additional information or call 800.508.1729.
Page Updated Last on: Sep 27, 2012