Chambers of commerce fear not being heard, band together

From CommonWealth Magazine:

TEN OF THE state’s regional chambers of commerce are concerned they are not being heard on Beacon Hill, so they are banding together to speak with one louder voice.

And on the estate tax specifically:

Gov. Maura Healey has proposed a tax cut package that includes a reduction in the state’s estate tax and elimination of a higher tax on short-term capital gains. Both moves have been met with applause in the business community, but the Tax Foundation, in a report last week, said the state needs to go further. The report cited three other taxes on businesses that should be eliminated and suggested the estate tax should be canned entirely.

This post is a part of Old Colony Law’s Estate Tax Updates.