Tax credits could be coming to seasonal businesses to help with the adjustment of the hike in the state’s minimum wage. Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi was promoting his legislation on Monday that would provide a tax credit for the difference in the state’s minimum wage versus the federal minimum wage for seasonal businesses, according to a report by the Press of Atlantic City. Fiocchi was in Wildwood at Morey’s Piers to highlight the need to protect seasonal businesses who are still recovering following Hurricane Sandy.
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