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Small Businesses Make Final Push For Health Insurance Tax Reprieve Before Lame Duck Congress Ends

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Business advocates are making a final push to the lame duck Congress to delay a tax on health insurance providers that will hurt small businesses, the president and CEO of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council told The Daily Caller News Foundation. The health insurance tax included in the Affordable Care Act has been delayed from going into effect until ...

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Small Business Economic Outlook Remains High After 2 years under Trump Economic Policy

The Q4 MetLife & U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business Index (Index) released today recorded an overall score of 69.3, indicating a pause in the upward trend of the Index. The fourth quarter score is down less than one-half a point from the third quarter’s record high of 69.7, still reflecting general optimism from the small business community. Optimism on the health ...

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Trump Effect: Small and Mid-Size Business Owners See Growth and Higher Employee Pay Ahead

PNC Survey shows optimism running at historic highs in all categories. Half (49 percent) of business leaders anticipating an increase in employee compensation; highest rate since fall 2007. Six out of 10 expect demand for their company’s products or services to increase. Two-thirds expect increased profits, exceeding the prior high set in spring 2005. Optimism is running at historic highs ...

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Taxes Are Killing Small Businesses [video]

Taxes are killing small business

Did you know that U.S. businesses are taxed at one of the highest rates in the developed world? How bad is it? And why should you care? This short video shows how taxes are killing small business.

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How Regulations Hurt Small Businesses

How regulations hurt small businesses

What do McDonald’s, 7-Eleven, and Subway have in common? They’re all franchisors that license franchises to small business people, who in turn employ countless Americans. But the federal government is endangering this hugely successful business model.

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Watch: Does Big Government Kill Small Businesses?

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Small businesses employ over 57 million Americans. And yet, the government’s taxes and regulations overwhelmingly favor big businesses at the expense of small ones. Why? Find out in this short video. This video is part of a collaborative business and economics project with Job Creators Network. To learn more about JCN, visit https://www.jobcreatorsnetwork.com.

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What Obama doesn’t understand about the American entrepreneur

Our President bemoans those with means. Unfortunately, he doesn’t even understand what “means” means or what a “job” really is. When was the last time our commander-in-chief decided not to cash his own paycheck so that his employees could cash theirs? I did that just two weeks ago and will likely do it again in the near future. When was ...

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CEO Nat’l Black Chamber of Commerce: Obama Bad for Country

CEO of the National Black Chamber of Commerce Harry Alford spoke to Stuart Varney of Varney and Co. on Fox Business News. In a revealing interview Alford shares why be believes President Obama’s policies are bad for the economy. It is too bad that Alford and other Black businessmen did not realize Obama’s first four years would only be amplified ...

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Mr. President, This is Small Business America

Returning to campaigning President Obama held a rally at a small business, promoting his tax the rich agenda. But one doesn’t have to travel far to find other small businesses who are struggling with the uncertainty that such tax increases may cause. From Speaker Boehner’s Office: Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy’s (R-CA) office sat down with Jerry Gorski of Gorski Engineering, ...

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Insulting Small Businessmen Everywhere

In a speech July 13, 2012 at a Roanoke, VA fire station Barrack Obama shared a key reason many are in disagreement with this president. In less than one minute he defines the difference between those who still believe in the American Dream (where if one works hard enough with the right ideas one can be a success) and those ...

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RI Senator- Tax Rates Don’t Affect Small Businesses

Tax policy was the subject of a panel, titled 98 to 2: Raising Taxes to Invest in America and Promote Fairness, held in Washington last month. The panel was associated with former Obama administration official and radical Van Jones’s Take Back the American Dream Conference, which basically aims to advance progressivism. The panel consisted of several prominent progressive activists and ...

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Sixty-Nine Percent of Business Owners Do Not Plan on Hiring Within the Next Year

NEW YORK, Aug. 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Newtek Business Services, NASDAQ: NEWT, The Small Business Authority’s Authority Market Sentiment Survey, a monthly window into the concerns of independent business owners. Based on a poll of approximately 1,100 respondents, one of the key findings from the August survey was that 69 percent of small business owners do not plan on hiring.  Two other questions in ...

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Selling Ice to Eskimos

A Georgia company that makes chopsticks is not only growing rapidly, but is exporting chopsticks to foreign countries. Georgia Chopsticks is located in Americus, Georgia, just a couple of hours south of Atlanta. The owner, Jae Lee, said that his company is producing about two million chopsticks a day and is exporting them to China and Japan in huge numbers. ...

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