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Payroll Tax Cut in Your Community

February 17, 2012
  • Today I voted in support of an extension of the payroll tax cuts through the end of this year. While our economy is showing some signs of improvement, I believe we need to sustain that momentum by supporting working families.

    But what does this mean for you? Well, for an average family in Dona Ana County, for example, it means nearly $600 throughout the rest of the year.

    Find out how the extension of this tax cut helps your household on the interactive Google Map below.

    For New Mexico families, this tax credit has been essential during the downturn, and extending it while the economy makes a comeback is the right thing to do.

    This tax deal wasn't perfect and I believe we need to provide better unemployment assistance -- a vital lifeline for folks in New Mexico out of work due to no fault of their own.

    So, as the economy comes around, I'm focused on making sure our small businesses have the support they need to succeed, and our workers have the skills and education to compete in the global economy.

    The Payroll Tax Cut in Your Community

    On the map below, you can see the real impact that the payroll tax cut has in every New Mexico community. Click the dollar sign in your county to see how much the tax cut saves you:

    Office Locations

    • Albuquerque
      219 Central Ave NW
      Suite 210
      Albuquerque, NM 87102
      (505) 346-6791

    • Carlsbad
      102 W. Hagerman Street
      Suite A
      Carlsbad, NM 88220
      (575) 234-0366

    • Eastside Office
      100 South Avenue A
      Suite 113
      Portales, NM 88130
      (575) 356-6811

    • Las Cruces
      201 N. Church Street
      Suite 201B
      Las Cruces, NM 88001 
      (575) 526-5475

    • Santa Fe
      120 South Federal Place
      Suite 302
      Santa Fe, NM 87501
      (505) 988-6511

    • Washington, DC
      110 Hart Senate Office Building
      Washington DC, 20510
      (202) 224-6621