Re: Guest column, Oct. 17, “Floridians support small business tax cuts”
In his guest column the author wrote in support of the proposed 25 percent tax rate for small businesses. Certainly small businesses deserve tax relief, but this plan only helps individuals with taxable income over $91,900. The current 25 percent tax rate applies to taxable incomes up to $91,900. So unless your taxable income is over that, this does not save you anything.
Why should tax relief go 100 percent to the top 10 percent? And why should small businesses pay a lower rate than wage earners? I have a small business, and I am all for tax cuts, but why should we start at the top?
Robert Glassburner, Miramar Beach