Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump makes appeal to suburban women at rally: ‘Will you please like me?’ Pro-Trump campaign ad uses stock footage from Russia, Belarus Harris raises alarm on abortion rights while grilling Barrett MORE‘s economic proposals are, on the surface, not very friendly to small business.
He’s proposing tax increases, more regulations, higher wages, a return to the Affordable Care Act and changes to independent contracting and other labor rules that would create more costs and bureaucracy. So, does that mean that Biden would be a bad president for small business? Maybe. Maybe not. Business owners have a responsibility to their employees and communities to put politics aside and objectively evaluate how each candidate would impact their companies before casting their votes.
Unfortunately, the Biden campaign has not provided much help. The campaign recently launched a “small business outreach” program which, as I wrote here,