Small Business, Jobs & the Economy
Small business power our economy in Burlington and Ocean Counties. The majority of our neighbors work at small businesses, and most New Jersey businesses qualify as a small business. When our small businesses succeed, our communities succeed, and that’s why I’m dedicated to being a voice for our entrepreneurs in Congress. In my first year, I created a Small Business Advisory Council to make sure we’re listening to small business owners across South Jersey. As a member of the House Small Business Committee, I’ve introduced legislation to cut bureaucratic red tape and give our small business owners the resources they need to grow.
Check out what I’m doing to empower our entrepreneurs in New Jersey:
H.R.4805 — ABC Act of 2019
H.R.3661 — Patriotic Employer Protection Act of 2019
H.R.2673 — Small Business Regulatory Relief Act
H.Res.730 — Expressing support for the recognition and celebration of the vital role of small businesses, along with the efforts of the Small Business Administration to help Americans start, build, and grow businesses.
H.Amdt.501 — Description: Amendment increases funding for the Small Business Administrations entrepreneurial development programs by $1,000,000 to be directed towards Small Business Development Centers and Veterans Business Outreach Centers. Amends Bill: H.R.3351
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Congressman Kim Statement on Coronavirus Relief Bill
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) released the following statement on the Coronavirus relief bill passed by the Senate. The bill will be voted on tomorrow, Friday March 27th in the House.
Congressman Kim Statement on Major Disaster Declaration for State of New Jersey
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) released the following statement on the announcement that the Administration has granted a Major Disaster Declaration for the State of New Jersey. The declaration triggers the release of additional federal funds to help New Jersey recover from the Coronavirus pandemic.
Congressman Kim, Bipartisan Coalition, Call on Senate to
Save Millions of Franchise Jobs
Congressman Kim Introduces Bill to Expand Support for Small Businesses Impacted by Coronavirus
Congressman Kim Votes to Pass Bill to
Protect Workers’ Rights to Organize for Better Pay, Jobs
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) voted to pass H.R. 2474, the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act, which will help working class Americans access better wages and working conditions.
Congressmen Kim, Cook, and Cisneros Introduce Bill
to Help Returning Veterans Find Work
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03), Congressman Paul Cook (CA-08), and Congressman Gil Cisneros (CA-39) introduced H.R. 4941, the bipartisan Veteran Employment Transition (VET) Act, that would help veterans identify employment opportunities during their transition to civilian life.
Stigler banker Christopher Jordan summed up the impact federal regulations have had on his business with a simple example.
“If you were to sit in on our strategic planning meetings, the focus has changed from ‘What do we need to do to make more loans and get more deposits?’ to ‘How are we going to deal with this compliance issue?’” Jordan told 1st District Congressman Kevin Hern and Congressman Andy Kim of New Jersey.
Congressmen Kim and Burchett Introduce Bill to
Help Small Businesses Hire Reservists
Bipartisan bill has received the endorsement of the American Legion
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) and Congressman Tim Burchett (TN-02) introduced H.R. 3661, the Patriotic Employer Protection Act, which would strengthen programs intended to protect small business owners whose employees are military Reservists deployed on active duty.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the U.S. House passed an amendment by Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) to provide additional funding to programs that help veterans and military spouses start small businesses, and small business owners access to training and capital to grow.
Unveiled by the U.S. Treasury and IRS last summer but finalized on Tuesday, the new rules limit how much taxpayers can deduct as charitable giving if they receive a state or local tax credit in return.
Gov. Phil Murphy and members of New Jersey’s congressional delegation are railing against new Internal Revenue Service rules that effectively block states from allowing taxpayers to make charitable contributions in lieu of property taxes as a workaround to the federal government’s $10,000 cap on state and local taxes deduction.