2019 – Family Business USA Survey

A MESSAGE FROM OUR FOUNDER – Pat Soldano   I am contacting you to request your help in reaching business-owning families and asking them to complete the 2019 Family Enterprise USA

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Our Work is NOT Complete – The Estate Tax has NOT been repealed.

I’ll say it again, our Work is NOT Complete – The Estate Tax has NOT been repealed. What we saw and heard in President Trump’s State of the Union, in

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Senator Thune Introduces S215; Bill to Repeal Estate and GST Taxes

Senator John Thune introduced S.215 with 28 Cosponsors; a bill that will repeal the estate and GST tax but NOT the Gift tax and will maintain step up in basis;

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Jason Smith (R-MO) Introduces Estate Tax Repeal Bill HR218

Yesterday, Representative Jason Smith of Missouri introduced HR 218; Death Tax Repeal bill of the 116th Congress with 37 original co-sponsors including Representative Sanford Bishop (D) (GA);  We are pleased

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Update on S. 3638 from Pat Soldano

An update on S. 3638, Senator Kyl’s (R-AZ) estate tax rate reduction bill introduced on our behalf last month

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Frank Luntz: Death Tax Election Night Polling

“It’s just wrong. The death/estate tax is wrong for one simple reason: death shouldn’t be a taxable offense or action. The very idea of making people struggle to file a

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Senator Kyl Again Seeks to Cut the Death Tax

Seeking to “start the conversation”, Senator Kyl proposed cutting the estate tax rate in half, from 40 percent to that of capital gains. It’s a return to a favorite subject

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Urgent: Support Bill S-3638

Dear Supporters and Friends, We urge you to reach out to your Senator and ask that they sign onto Bill S-3638. If you do not have the direct number, you

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Supporters Meeting Recap from 9.27.18

Below is a summary of the PATG-FEUSA Supporters and Members Meeting held on September 27, 2018.

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Senator Kyl Returns to Senate to Succeed Sen. John McCain

Excellent news as our good friend and supporter, Senator Kyl will be back in the Senate. From AZ Central Jon Kyl, once one of the most powerful Republicans in the

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