samhill wrote:I didn't make the laws, is the statement true or not? The rest of what I said is that if you have no buyers then you have no business, is that also not true? What is so ignorant about it? I have owned several businesses in my lifetime & always grew if I could, my costs of doing business increased as well as the profits & I paid taxes accordingly. What's so hard you provide a needed service or product then you grow or stagnate & someone else will take the business, your choice.
That part is true. I was only referring to one part, didn't refer to this part you are bringing up. It just rubs me the wrong way when people say that just because you have a business and can write something off you can afford it. Our company is lucky we can help with health care and other benefit's. Not that we are getting rich by any means. Some business's just cannot afford to spend any more because of any outside reasons or consequences. Being forced to spend any more can be the last straw for some companies. My statement was not directed directly at you, just the general statement.