Considering your assumptions on business so far, I'm not surprised at how far off the mark you've been.... Of course, you're no worse than many of the politicians who like to assume the same things
And the authors of the article you quoted in your own OP... In fact, you even highlighted the reference to the number of people they employ for emphasis.
My whole point in starting this thread was to argue that ALL businesses should be treated equally (and favorably) by the tax code/system
If the owners of those sole entrepreneurships *chose* to incorporate rather than passing through their business income as regular personal income, wouldn't they be treated "equally" to all other incorporated businesses?
If they intentionally choose to differentiate themselves from "large businesses" (which are typically incorporated) by remaining non-incorporated, how can they bitch & moan that they are being treated differently than incorporated, large businesses?
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