Two proposals from state Sen. J.D. Mesnard, R-Chandler, that passed the Senate Finance Committee last week would give tax relief to businesses in this period of high inflation.
Proposed Arizona Senate bills could provide property tax relief for job creators
Both Senate bills, which have passed a second reading, are supported by the National Federation of Independent Business, a small business advocacy group.
My View: FTC proposal on noncompete clauses is harmful to businesses
In this guest column, the CEO of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Arizona state director for the National Federation of Independent Business argue why the new noncompete clause proposal from the Federal Trade Commission would do more harm than good.
Arizona unemployment drops but small businesses still struggle to find workers
(The Center Square) - The Arizona economy experienced an increased labor force and decreased unemployment between November and December 2022, according to a new report from the Office of Economic Opportunity.
Phoenix area has nation’s highest inflation
(The Center Square) – The Phoenix metropolitan area has the highest annual inflation rate in the nation.
Arizonans need affordable health coverage
It’s fair to say that employers and employees see employer-provided health benefits as a significant value add in their relationship.
Arizona small businesses applaud low, single state income tax rate
YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - The Arizona state director for National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) says Arizona is now ready to weather economic headwinds.
Flagstaff Restaurant Owner Reacts to New High Minimum Wage Coming in 2023
Lynda Fleischer, the owner of the Flagstaff restaurant Altitudes Bar & Grill, told The Arizona Sun Times that the Flagstaff minimum wage increase will be challenging for businesses like hers.
Small Business PAC endorse 32 candidates for Arizona Legislature
YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - On Monday, the Small Business PAC has endorsed 32 candidates for Arizona Legislature.
Arizona’s tax break on business equipment aims to spur economic development
Companies will get a break on the personal property taxes they pay on equipment, which members of the business community hope will help spur economic development and attract major manufacturers to Arizona.