If something is good for the people, it will be good for the businesses, and if something is good for the businesses, it will ultimately be good for the people. The City of Beavercreek is at a financial crossroads where it is proposing to increase City property taxes by approximately 60% to provide sufficient revenue to fund current and future local public services and begin addressing a $200 million backlog of infrastructure and other needed projects. The Beavercreek Fairer Funding Committee has proposed an alternative tax reform proposal – a 1% net profits tax that provides incentives for businesses. This information session will provide details on this new 1% tax.
This is the first of 2 sessions. This is chamber members only, we will host one for all Beavercreek businesses in the future.
*The Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce is not taking a position on this issue. This is simply an informational session.*