Kansas Rep. Sharice Helps Fight Rising Gas Prices
We know many of our readers aren't going to give her credit for fuel cost advocacy . . . But, at this point, any help against the pain at the pump is welcomed.
Here's the latest . . .
U.S. Congresswoman Sharice Davids (D-KS) says after her and Rep. Ruben Gallego’s (D-AZ) call to action, Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Charles Rettig announced the department would increase the mileage rate deduction for 2022.
Davids said the move will help business owners who operate a vehicle - like truckers, real estate agents, and landscaping businesses - cut their tax bills as gasoline prices surge.
The Congresswoman said she applauded the move to help small business owners manage the rising prices.
“Rising gas prices mean the cost of doing business is going up, and I’m glad the IRS is heeding my call to get small business owners immediate relief,” Davids said. “These are the common-sense steps to lower costs for working people that we need to be focusing on. I will continue to push for real relief as we work towards long-term energy security and inflation solutions.”
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - The IRS has heeded Congresswoman Sharice Davids ' call and increased mileage rate deductions for 2022 as gas prices continue to spike. On Friday, June 10, U.S. Congresswoman Sharice Davids (D-KS) says after her and Rep.