CO-OP TAX POLICY
Current federal cooperative tax policy reflects the fact that co-ops are businesses designed to create savings or increase the income of their members—the people who use the business, own the business, and control the business. This policy has resulted in putting more dollars in the pockets of working families and helping small businesses and farmers compete. If cooperatives are harmed in tax legislation, working families, small businesses and farmers suffer.
HOT READ: “Credit Union tax trickles down” Letter to the editor of Iowa’s Citizen Tribune published on February 8, 2019