Businesses complain about Social Security costs

February 1986
Nation's Business;Feb86, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p39
As a job-creating engine, small businesses have been responsible for 5 million of the 7 million jobs created since 1981. But business leaders say performance might be even better without the impact of rising Social Security costs and the continuing expense of federal and state laws and regulations affecting payrolls.


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