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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

Yes, and drastically increase taxes and import tariffs on outsourcing businesses

@93ZMD7M from Kansas answered…4mos

No, tax should be reformed to benefit all companies instead of individuals

@924MYCK from GU answered…5mos

Yes, but smaller businesses should receive higher tax breaks than large ones, depending on the income of the individual company and the amount of workers within it. Also, add fines to companies that don't pass those savings down to their employees' wages.

@8ZSR5NL from GU answered…6mos

Yes, but micro, small and medium-sized businesses should receive higher tax breaks than large ones, depending on the income of the individual company and the amount of workers within it. Also, add fines to companies that don't pass those savings down to their employees' wages.

@9334YP3 answered…7mos

Taxation is theft and should be abolished for all American corporations that do not use foreign labor nor have offices abroad.

@TheRamFlores from Texas answered…7mos

Yes, an initial 5 year tax break and then gradually enter into regular taxation without a retroactive collection, allowing businesses the time to grow and become profitable.

@8ZSR5NL from GU answered…8mos

Yes, but negotiate on each circumstance and micro, small and medium-sized businesses should receive a higher tax break than large ones, depending on the income of the individual company and the amount of workers within it. Also, add fines to companies that don't pass those savings down to their employees' wages.

@923Z93G from Pennsylvania answered…8mos

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…8mos

No, because once this occurs, it will encourage more private companies to make threats of job losses in order to obtain tax breaks. Drastically increase taxes and import tariffs on job outsourcing businesses

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Yes, but negotiate on each circumstance and smaller businesses should receive a higher tax break than large ones, depending on the income of the individual company and the amount of workers within it. Also, add fines to companies that don't pass those savings down to their employees' wages.

@ThomasJj88 from Georgia answered…10mos

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Yes, but negotiate on each circumstance and small/medium-sized businesses should receive a higher tax break than large ones, depending on the income of the individual company and the amount of workers within it. Also, add fines to companies that don't pass those savings down to their employees' wages.

 Deleted answered…12mos

Yes, but negotiate on each circumstance and small businesses should receive a higher tax break than large ones, depending on the income of the individual company and the amount of workers within it. Also, add fines to companies that don't pass those savings down to their employees' wages.

 Deleted answered…12mos

Yes, but negotiate on each circumstance and small and medium-sized businesses should receive a higher tax break than large ones, depending on the income of the individual company and the amount of workers within it. Also, add fines to companies that don't pass those savings down to their employees' wages.

 Deleted answered…12mos

Yes, but Congress should implement this instead of the president. Negotiate on each circumstance and small and medium-sized businesses should receive a higher tax break than large ones, depending on the income of the individual company and the amount of workers within it. Also, add fines to companies that don't pass those savings down to their employees' wages.

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Yes, but congress should implement this legislation instead of the president. Negotiate on each circumstance and small and medium-sized businesses should receive a higher tax break than large ones.

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, but negotiate on each circumstance and small and medium-sized businesses should receive a higher tax break than large ones. However, Congress should implement this legislation instead of the President and they should have to approve the president should not just to select.

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, but negotiate on each circumstance and small and medium-sized businesses should receive a higher tax break than large ones. However, it should be left up to Congress instead of the president and they should have to approve the president should not just to select.

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, but negotiate on each circumstance and small and medium-sized businesses should receive a higher tax break, not large ones. However, it should be left up to Congress and they should have to approve the president should not just to select.

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, but negotiate on each circumstance and small and medium-sized businesses should receive a higher tax break, not large ones; however, it should be left up to Congress and they should've approve the president should not just to select.

@8QYJ7B5 from Illinois answered…1yr

Yes but not for individual companies, eliminate the corporate tax and replace it with a VAT

@8QYJ7B5 from Illinois answered…1yr

@GreatPondG from Indiana answered…1yr

 @8RQ55J4 from Nebraska answered…1yr

Yes, and drastically increase taxes (but no import tariffs) on outsourcing businesses

 Deleted answered…1yr

Not in the form of tax breaks but we should support our companies.

@8TB798W from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, but not to keep jobs in the U.S. but because taxation is immoral and should be cut/eliminated anywhere and everywhere possible. Across the board tax cuts would be preferable.

@63ZXW6N from Arizona answered…1yr

@8T982NQ from California answered…1yr

Yes, some people having their taxes lowered is better than nobody getting their taxes lowered.

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 @BestPoliticsIN from Indiana answered…2yrs

Only small businesses should be offered tax breaks under any circumstance

 Deleted answered…2yrs

Not in this form but we should still emphasize keeping jobs at home.

@8QPW6L2 from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

@8P4J799 from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

@8KX67Q9 from California answered…2yrs

No, with the exception of small businesses as they already struggle to stay afloat amid the monopolization of large corporations.

@8JPLPJ2 from California answered…2yrs

I do not have enough information to honestly answer this question.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

No, because once this has occurred, other companies will threaten outsourcing of jobs as bribery in order to obtain corporate tax breaks.

@7GP32QV from California answered…2yrs

@8HX2KD5 from Texas answered…2yrs

No, the government should not enforce taxes on corporations at all, because I believe that taxing corporations and then taxing shareholders on their dividends on their personal tax returns is double taxation.

@4W48KKZ answered…2yrs

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

No, because once this occurs other companies will threaten outsourcing of jobs as bribery to obtain corporate tax breaks

@8GZRRDZ from Illinois answered…2yrs

No, however may choose an entire sector rather than 1 specific company.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

No, because once this occurs, other companies will threaten outsourcing of jobs as bribery to obtain corporate tax breaks

@7GSRYTZ from Maryland answered…2yrs

Yes, tax incentives should exist but the President should not make those decisions.

@8F3TJ7L from Utah answered…2yrs

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