Small Businesses Need a Simplified Tax CodePosted by Randy | June 08, 2011
Each year, taxpayers and small businesses spend nearly 2.5 billion hours preparing their tax forms. Even the commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, Douglas Shulman, has said, “I find the tax code complex, so I use a preparer.”
Do you think simplifying the current tax code system should be a priority in helping small businesses and boosting the economy?
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