Recently, John McCain said that Obama will increase the taxes of small businesses everywhere. That is true. There are many small businesses that make more than $250,000 in net profit. That means if your small business makes $500 million a year and you can write off $499,754,999 worth of taxes (believe me, it can be done) then you will not see a tax increase. It is important that people see this and see that Obama will only raise taxes for companies that have $250,000 or more in net profit. A simple raise to an employee or yourself can eliminate this tax increase. 90% of small companies will not see a tax increase from Obama. Obama will also eliminate the capital gains tax for small businesses. This means if someone buys 10,000 shares of my company at $5 a share and then they sell those 10,000 shares when the price hits $20 a share, the investors aren't taxed on the net profit from the investment. That's huge! Finally, Obama proposes giving small businesses a tax credit of 50% of the amount of money they pay for healthcare for themselves and their employees. Health insurance right now is not tax deductable and I spent about $50,000 last year in healthcare costs for my company. That's a $25,000 tax credit that I'm getting under Obama that I'm not getting under McCain who only provides individuals with a $5,000 tax credit if they get their own healthcare - this is in no way helps small companies grow. John McCain would help fortune 500 companies who already are making hundreds of million dollars a year in profit by lowering C-Corp (not S-Corp like all small businsses are) taxes. This won't stimulate job creation and won't help the economy recover quicker. The important thing for everyone to remember is that companies making more than $250,000 in NET PROFIT, not GROSS REVENUE see a tax increase.