BELLEVUE, Wash. — At the Bellevue small business called APPS Portamedic, two employees schedule the health tests people get when they apply for life insurance.
Ben Oakley, whom we first met on Twitter, is the owner. Oakley says he'll benefit from the new tax rules for many small businesses.
"Anything from the 20 percent reduction down to 17.5 percent, we have a lot of equipment in our business so we're going to see a tax break there. I was looking at the numbers just based on our simple tax bracket as my wife and I you know it's about a $2,500 benefit just for income tax alone," Oakley said in an interview.
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