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Job growth, and motivation for business ownership

    Between taxes, regulation after regulation, government fingers in private sector business, programs which forces businesses to move elsewhere we need a change. That change can start here, by encouraging business startups and established business growth through a variety of means to include rewarding local job placement and growth.

-         Brining businesses local. Many smaller communities are impacted by large and often monopolized businesses. One of the ways to counter this, and build growth is establishing proactive programs at the city/state level, with solid support from federal labor sources.

-         Promote start-up businesses. Establish federal tax benefits for start-up small business ownership and allow them to give their full effort, reducing stressors.

-         Promote tax credits for businesses which hire locally, maintain higher levels of full time employees, and bring positive funds into the local communities.

-         Increase programs such as “Boots to Business” which has been established by the US Small Business Administration to directly work with exiting service members. Establish a similar program which can be based at the community or city level to promote small businesses to be successful, and providing local resources for success.

Paid for by: Vito For Congress committee

Vito Sagliano is a retired member of the United States Navy. Use of Sagliano's military rank, job titles, and photographs in uniform does not imply endorsement by the Department of the Navy or the Department of Defense.
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