CORPORATE WELFARE: Big Business and Government Subsidies

Corporate welfare is MEANT to stabilize market volatility, prevent economic collapses, and encourage growth in certain sectors.

THESE PRACTICES END UP HURTING SMALL BUSINESSES …

and MAKE THEM LESS COMPETITIVE …

BIGGEST-RECIPIENTS
Bank of America: $3.5 trillion
Citigroup: $2.6 trillion
Morgan-Stanley $2.1 trillion

Boeing: $64.4-billion
General Electric: $28.5-billion
Bechtel: $5 billion

Small businesses provide: 55% of jobs & 66% of net new jobs.

Since 1990, small business has beaten big business in job growth.

Big-business = 4-million-jobs
Small business = 8 million jobs

Higher-Education

In 2014, private university endowments in the form of tax deductions totaled $550 billion 

Favors-the-most-elite-private-institutions
Harvard:received=$32-billion
Yale:received=$20.8-billion
Stanford:received $18.6 billion