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Main Street Employers Group Launches Tax Reform Implementation Effort; Chris Smith Named Executive Director

Focus on Need for Tax Parity for Pass-Through Businesses

Parity for Main Street Employers

Today the Parity for Main Street Employers (PMSE) coalition, comprised of trade groups representing American Main Street businesses, named Chris Smith as its new Executive Director. Smith is a Washington public affairs veteran and a former Chief of Staff for both the U.S. Treasury Department and the House Ways and Means Committee.

“Chris’s expertise and extensive experience will bring a whole new dimension to the PMSE effort,” said PMSE Steering Committee Chairman Brian Reardon. “His appointment marks a new phase for PMSE’s mission to inform policymakers on the value of pass-through businesses and the need for tax parity between Main Street employers and corporations.”

“I am excited by this new role to highlight the important contribution of Main Street employers to jobs and growth across America,” said Smith. “Pass-throughs are a unique American innovation, making it possible for businesses of all shapes and sizes to start, grow, and thrive. They are essential to keeping family businesses in the family.”

Read the full press release here.