SBA Provides Small Business Tax Resources

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The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) helps businesses to meet their federal, state, and local tax obligations to stay in good legal standing. Your business structure and location will influence which taxes your business has to pay

ABMA Legislative Committee Update

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On December 16th, the ABMA Legislative Committee met virtually to receive a congressional briefing from our Government Affairs Associate Pat Rita, specifically detailing the ongoing saga of the Build Back Better (BBB) package. The Committee discussed where things stand currently on Capitol Hill, evaluated new priorities, and continued to look ahead and solidify plans for our 2022 strategies.

OSHA Vaccine and Testing ETS Stay Update


The United State Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit denied en banc review in the OSHA vaccine mandate consolidated cases. An en banc session is a session in which a case is heard before all the judges of a court rather than by a smaller panel of judges.

“Meet Matt”


ABMA Legislative Committee Member Matt Semonik sits down with ABMA Legislative & Regulatory Affairs Director Kirk Ives in our latest “get to know you” session.

Take Action Now: Oppose BBB Tax Increases


The House-passed Build Back Better (BBB) legislation contains damaging increased tax rates on S-Corporations and other pass-through tax structures that are popular among retail lumber and building material (LBM) dealers.

Curtis Lumber Hosts Rep. Stefanik

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On Tuesday, December 14, Curtis Lumber of Ballston Spa, NY hosted Representative Elise Stefanik (NY District 21) in its corporate office for a private legislative event. At the event, Rep. Stefanik introduced the proposed Employer Directed Skills Act which will “empower job creators to determine the skills their workforce needs, streamline the process for workers to access skills development, and leverage private sector investments to make employers a stakeholder in the reskilling process.”