during the debate his numbers seemed to change on what was considered small business. he said 98% of small businesses make less than 250k a year. well, *to me* a small business will be a corporation,LLC that would allow everything to be considered personal income. i have (2) LLCs and am familiar with that. not made any money and my accountant needs to help me clear up paperwork, but when someone is focused on this, and it *is* their business, i would think that many of these businesses better gross >250k a year and all in their "personal" bank account so he's in effect increasing their tax. sharing the wealth. (to me that's a slap in the face of someone running a small business - to say they must give up their hard earned money cause they make enough to do that, according to him) how does he arrive at that 98% number for small businesses? anyone know?