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Don’t Be Too Concerned About the Biden/Harris Business Agenda

The main stream media would have you believe that as businesspeople, we’re all going to pay higher taxes and face increased numbers of regulations over the next 3 or so years.

Don’t believe it.

We don’t think that the Biden/Harris agenda has much of a chance of getting through Congress, which it must do in order to become law.

The Senate is the chief obstacle, and Sens. Manchin and Sinema are the chief thorns in the side of the Biden crowd. Pray for their health.

Because the filibuster is still in effect, legislation requires 60 votes in the Senate to become law. The Democrats have 51, and on recent regulations, they don’t even have that.

We think new, higher tax rates aren’t in the offing, either, because they have to be approved by the Senate and House. So do any more IRS agents.

So, be vigilant, and keep your Senator or Congressperson’s telephone number on speed dial.

Some Imagination on Getting Employees Back to Work

Let’s say you’ve got some employees who’ve been bribed by the government into sitting around until September when their unemployment benefits run out, and let’s assume that amount is $1600. First, you might question how valuable that employee was if he/she isn’t motivated to come back to work for a $1600 bonus. Second, you might have to explain to your other employees that you’re bribing X to come back to work. They might say they’ll take the $1600 in added compensation and don’t rehire X. You could also go to the EIDL or SBA to borrow funds to pay the bounty, either to X orhis/her colleages, because presumable you’re going to leverage their wages into more in revenues. So, you get more back and increase sales.
Think about it over the weekend.

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