The Federal Ad Tax is a Bad Tax
When it comes to revenue, the U.S. Congress is always searching for "greener" pastures. In this case, lawmakers have their sights set on your advertising tax deduction.
Advertising is as essential to business as computers and office space, all of which are 100% tax deductible. Congress wants to cut the amount of advertising a business can claim which would have serious implications.
A Big Bite Out of Your Bottom Line
First, a change to the advertising deduction would make every advertisement you purchase more expensive.
But when ads aren't deductible, business owners may cut back on them. Advertising is necessary to build a brand and reach new customers. Without it, growth stalls and revenues drop.
Altogether, it spells bad news for business.
This is Basically a Tax on Your Ad Budget
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