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Celebration, Fact Check$, Plus Small Biz Nuts and Bolts on 2018 Tax Changes

January 3rd, 2018 Comments off

TestingTaxCutsCBSDailyBusinessNewsMHProNewsThe National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) issued the following statement in a release to MHProNews.

President and CEO Juanita Duggan, speaking about the on Tax Cuts and Jobs Act becoming law:

NFIB fought for decades for a real tax cut for small business owners. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act dramatically improves the way small businesses are treated, delivering hundreds of billions of dollars in tax cuts,” she said.

Small business optimism has been near record highs all year long in anticipation of this moment. Starting in 2018, millions of small businesses will have substantially more money to convert their optimism into investments. They can buy new equipment, increase inventory, pay workers more, create new jobs, and engage in the economic activities that drive the U.S. economy,” per Duggan’s statement.

VPMikePenceNFIBPresidentJunaittaDugganSmallBusinessConfidenceThe Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is a once-in-a-generation achievement. This is a historic day for small business and the country. We are grateful to President Trump for his leadership on this issue, which started even before he took office. Today he fulfilled his promise to cut taxes for American small businesses,” according to the NFIB.

From left-of-center CBS, we learn that the tax cut bill will in fact help the middle class.

As regular Daily Business News readers know, NFIB has over 300,000 members, hundreds of whom are reportedly from the manufactured home industry.

While the tax law will bring changes that are routinely being celebrated, per experts, as good for the middle class and small business, understanding the changes can help maximize benefits for small businesses.

The right-of-center Fox Business video above may prove useful. ## (News, analysis, commentary.)

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RV/MH Museum part of Lincoln Highway Celebration

June 21st, 2013 Comments off

Honoring the centennial of America’s first paved transcontinental road, the Lincoln Highway, convoys representing a variety and age of motorized vehicles will set out both from Times Square in NYC and San Francisco to meet at the Great Platte River Arch Museum in Kearney, Nebraska. Joining the trek will be a caravan of 25 vintage recreational vehicles that will stop at the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Ind. on June 24, and spend the night with the museum’s historic collection. As rvbusiness informs MHProNews, the Tin Can Tourists, as the early models are called, will be on display from 6 to 8 p.m. that evening. The Hall will host as many as 100 antique automobiles that are also part of the highway’s 100th birthday that same afternoon at 4 p.m.

(Photo credit: RV/MH Hall of Fame Museum–classic RV)

Stock Market Closed

January 1st, 2013 Comments off

The U. S. stock markets are closed today in celebration of New Year’s Day. Markets will reopen tomorrow at 9 AM.

(Image credit: Wikipedia–historic New York Stock Exchange)

U. S. Markets Closed

December 25th, 2012 Comments off

The New York Stock Exchange will be closed today in celebration of the Christmas Holiday. The market will re-open tomorrow at 9 AM.

(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Goal 90% Complete

July 16th, 2012 Comments off

Contributions to the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum have reached 90 percent of the $100,000 Ingram Family Challenge Grant. When Darryl Searer, president of the Hall, asked for a couple of angels to step forward on July 3, he got his wish: Roy Beck, retired co-founder of The Beck Corporation, and Jason Lippert, chairman of Lippert Components, Inc., each donated $10,000 and Bill Fenech, former Thor Industries executive, kicked in $5,000. With only $9,945 to be raised by the Aug. 31 deadline, Searer says, “I’m hopeful that we can reach our goal by August 6 which is the date of the Class of 2012 Induction Dinner and Annual Golf Classic. It would be a great addition to the celebration to be able to announce during those ceremonies that we have reached our goal ahead of schedule.” has learned Robert ‘Boots’ Ingram got his nickname from wearing oversized boots when he was a child working in his father’s meat shop.

(Photo credit: TrailerLife–Robert ‘Boots’ Ingram)