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Alfredo Ortiz will present on this campaign as well as JCN’s Employer to Employee (E2E) education program. “Gov. Scott Walker has been and continues to be a champion of small businesses in Wisconsin and on the national stage,” said Alfredo Ortiz, president and CEO of the Job Creators Network. “His commitment and drive for less regulation will help bring small businesses back and restore the economy.” http://nicenaomiross.redcarolinaparaguay.org/2016/10/05/an-essential-a-z-on-clear-cut-selection-process-secrets/The event will focus on finding solutions to the problems most commonly cited by small business owners: overregulation, overtaxation, and lack of access to credit. With small businesses in Wisconsin making up 97 percent of all employers in the state, it is vital for their concerns to be heard. In a nationwide poll of small businesses commissioned by JCN earlier this year, two-thirds of respondents identified overtaxation as preventing their businesses from thriving. Three-fifths said the same about overregulation. As a result, the survey also found that only one in five small business owners plan to hire additional employees over the next year, and only around one-quarter believe that doing business over the next year will be easier than the previous one. To address the overtaxation hurdle, Rep. Randy Hultgren’s (R-IL) recently announced Bring Small Businesses Back Tax Reform Act(H.R. 5374) ,which would reduce the tax burden on the nation’s small business job creators, which make up half of the nation’s jobs and two-thirds of its new jobs.

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