A new House bill introduced Friday would give businesses a temporary tax break for the costs of cleaning their locations as employees return to work and companies re-open their doors to customers.
- The legislation would provide a tax break of up to $25k per location, with a maximum of $250k per business entity for increased costs tied to cleaning and disinfecting to prevent the spread of Covid-19
- Representatives Stephanie Murphy, a Florida Democrat, and
Darin LaHood, an Illinois Republican, both members of the House Ways and Means Cmte, are sponsoring the legislation
- The tax credit would cover expenses through...