|By JIM RENACCI; JIM RENACCI|
Much attention has been paid to the so-called "fiscal cliff" set to occur on
For many, this new fee will be paid for by their employer. While that's good news for many American families, whose budgets are already stretched tightly, it is problematic for business of all sizes. For large businesses, this new fee could equal tens of millions of more dollars being shipped to
That is more money that cannot be used to hire, expand or make capital investments. For a business of 20, that's almost
All told, this new fee is projected to take in
Starting next Congress I will be serving on the
For the past two years, the House has passed a budget that would cut spending and put our country on a sustainable fiscal path going forward. By contrast, the
Budget Committee Chairman
As a businessman, I look forward to learning more about how the House develops its budget and to offering common sense solutions from the private sector on how we can begin to right our fiscal ship. I also will continue to serve on the
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