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Obama Proposes Tax Credits Aimed at Small-Business Hiring

The proposal would establish a $33 billion tax credit to encourage small businesses to hire more workers and increase wages.

| January 29, 2010

President Obama announced today a proposal to establish a $33 billion tax credit to encourage small businesses to hire more workers and increase wages. The plan is one of several the president is pushing to help bolster employment in a country where one in 10 Americans no longer receives a paycheck.

The announcement comes two days after the president's first State of the Union address, when he said that jobs must be the U.S.'s top priority this year.

The tax credit, the president said, "is a simple, easy-to-understand mechanism that will cut taxes for more than 1 million small businesses."

Obama, who spoke today at the Chesapeake Machine Company's manufacturing plant -- a Baltimore firm employing 40 people -- said the credit will give small businesses "an incentive to hire more people and a little bit of extra money to pay higher wages, to expand work hours or invest in their company."

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Source: ABC News
 

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