“While a nice perk, companies do not hire based on one-time incentives, but rather on a long-term outlook.” -- Janelle Baranowski, Pacific Industrial Development Corp.
“$5000 won't pay a person's salary if there is no work for them to do.”
“Stability is the # need. A real dollar & no more games to help the banksters.”
“No. This isn’t the right incentive. Credit markets are still too tight. There is not enough demand for purchases yet, and a large fraction of small businesses are still in a credit crunch. (see: http://smallbiztrends.com/2010/02/small-business-cash-flow-problems-still-not-declining.html). Something needs to be done to loosen the credit markets.” -- Chris Pilko, PilkoTech
“Job creation can only result from an increase in demand for goods and services, not a one-time handout of cash.”
“It’s going to take more than tax credits to spur job creation.”
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