Companies cannot and should not be forced to compete against countries.
Economy & Budget
Small and mid-size companies almost universally support the Congressional efforts now underway to renew a provision in the U.S. tax code called “Section 179 expensing”
Incentives to sell products often conflict with best-interest advice to clients.
Unlike government, the private sector does have the cash, as well as the investing expertise.
We can meet the needs of millennial public servants to drive their innovative ideas into action for the nation.
Our plan would result in a rate decrease for citizens of the Puerto Rico — not an increase.
The three largest beneficiaries of Ex-Im financing are Boeing, General Electric and Caterpillar, not small businesses by any definition of the word.
Fines and legal fees paid by financial institutions have risen dramatically in the past five years.
It’s time for Washington to accept responsibility for the worsening state of our nation’s infrastructure.
Price stability is not a free-market concept no matter how much Paul Ryan and company loves it.