Walorski introduces bill to help RV industry

Truth file photo Keystone RV employees push a trailer down the manufacturing line in Goshen. U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski, R-IN-2, Tuesday introduced a bill that would restore inventory interest deductibility for towable RVs.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Reps. Jackie Walorski, R-IN-2, and Stephanie Murphy, D-FL-7, Tuesday introduced the bipartisan Travel Trailer and Camper Tax Parity Act (H.R. 4349) to restore inventory financing interest deductibility for all types of RVs, including travel trailers and campers.

“Businesses across the country – including RV and trailer manufacturers in my district – are investing, expanding, and hiring more workers as a result of tax reform,” Walorski said. “The Travel Trailer and Camper Tax Parity Act will fix an unintended consequence of one provision that’s putting certain RVs at a disadvantage.

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Wonder what kind of kick back she got from this one. Seems like shes just appeasing her donors...

Joe King

tax brake? Really? They need to pay their fair share like every other business does...


Joe, why do you hate business? The law will even the playing field for dealers. They should be able to write off interest charges for inventory like every other business in America. How Elizabeth Warren of you.

Joe King

Sidearm, why do you hate capitalism? I thought you were against handouts and special treatment? Why does the RV industry get a tax break over other businesses? Why did Trumps tax cuts for individuals stop while those for businesses and the 1% continue? Tell me, what public services are the RV industries willing to stop using? Fire, Police Sewer? The roads around here are terrible...why isn't the RV industries paying more for the damage to the roads? Why the RV and not other businesses? So much for fair trade....


Ms Walorski has a good thing going by staying the marionette....is anyone keeping score? Visits in her district to Businesses touting her 'Bi-Partisan bills' - vs - visits to public forums/appearances touting her 'work for the people'........

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