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Cities may now bulldoze private citizens’ homes, farms and small businesses to make way for shopping malls or other developments.
For small businesses, you need less taxes, less federal spending, and you need less regulation that blocks their growth.
The reality is, for small businesses, there really aren’t HR systems. Small businesses are rolling their own.
We need to end permanently the tax that punishes American values of savings and investment and of building small businesses and family farms and ranches.
My five years’ experience working in small businesses and a multi-national company have helped me as an MP to understand the challenges that businesses face, however the bottom line is that it’s up to constituents to judge whether you are good enough to do the job.
Business creates jobs; government does not. Government creates a whole slew of jobs each time a new program or scheme is implemented, but always at the expense of the taxpayer. Small businesses invest in new businesses, which results in more jobs.
Set politics and party aside: If it’s not right for Michigan’s small businesses and middle class, it’s never been right with me.
The Internet and virtual reality make it easier for people to stay rooted in their communities and work for companies headquartered elsewhere. The Internet has also created countless small businesses, triggering the creation of hundreds of thousands of new jobs.
Democrats have consistently been the party that supports small businesses to drive the new economy forward. That’s where innovation comes from.
Those who want low taxes and healthy job creation know that an unnecessary dollar going to these unions is a dollar that cannot reduce the tax burden on homeowners, small businesses, and job creators.
As the metropolitan Atlanta area continues to grow, it’s critical that we support small businesses and the prosperity of our local community.
The SBA should be redirected to focus on its core missions of capital access, contracting, and counseling, while reducing duplication, overlap, and wasteful spending. Doing so will greatly improve its ability to better advocate for small businesses.
The fact that two-thirds of Americans who work at small businesses will see premium increases because of the health law is devastating news. This is one more in a long line of broken promises from President Obama and Washington Democrats.
Because of the Internet’s open platform, entrepreneurs have started small businesses, innovators have created online services, and webcasters have produced a diversity of news-information sources. We must make sure that winners and losers are decided by the marketplace and not your Internet service provider.
Despite the debt, the traffic, the one-party rule, the taxes, and the eagerness of politicians to overwhelm small businesses and large corporate job producers with red tape and unnecessary regulations, the Golden State is still the most beautiful place to live and work in the United States.
The Finance Ministry will ensure regular assessment so that our announcements, especially those pertaining to the banking sector, are implemented in a time-bound manner. We are here to support small businesses and the industry at large.
Small businesses, you can give them capital, but what they often need as much is mentoring, advice and help with their business plan.
Family farms and small businesses are the backbone of our communities.
Small businesses drive this economy and it is unacceptable that the President’s budget proposal does not give them the tools they need to be successful.
The federal government spends nearly half a trillion dollars on contracted goods and services; therefore, we must ensure that the money is being spent efficiently, and small businesses have proven that they can do quality work cheaper and often faster.
Whenever I’m asked if the Trump tax cut is for the rich, I say yes. It is a tax cut for the rich. It is a tax cut for the middle class. It is a tax cut for small businesses. It is a tax cut for the Fortune 100.
In China, a lot of the opening up of private entrepreneurship is happening because women are starting businesses, small businesses, faster than men.
Small businesses want things streamlined, and one of the great successes we’re having is less paperwork, faster turnaround times.
Small businesses win as they get more contracts; workers win as small businesses create jobs; and taxpayers win as prices are driven down.
The Small Business ‘common app’ would function much like the one that students complete to apply to multiple colleges and universities simultaneously. It would ensure that small businesses across the country can concentrate on growing and creating jobs – not wasting time, filling out mountains of repetitive paperwork.
The truth is that most small businesses will not succeed and you need to be emotionally prepared for this.
We must focus on strengthening the Affordable Care Act in ways that protect families and small businesses, and not on stripping away coverage from the most vulnerable.
Jeff Van Drew
For small businesses trying to figure out how to get big, I would say you are going to have to take some risks. And I think that is what shuts off most people. They are not willing take the risk.
Small businesses are the number one job creators in America. Therefore, it is important that the federal government creates an environment that helps them succeed, not one that sets them up to fail.
The S.B.A. does not lend directly to businesses, but instead backs loans to encourage banks to invest in small businesses as part of a nearly $90 billion portfolio.
I represent a rural state and live in a small town. Small merchants make up the majority of Vermont’s small businesses and thread our state together. It is the mom-and-pop grocers, farm-supply stores, coffee shops, bookstores and barber shops where Vermonters connect, conduct business and check in on one another.
But economic recovery must be earned. And it will be earned by entrepreneurs and it will be earned by small businesses.
Jon Huntsman, Jr.
The small businesses that I’ve talked to have consistently said that the cost of health care is one of the things that they need the most help with.
We in Congress need to do everything possible to encourage and cultivate small businesses, so that they can expand and create jobs. Far too often, however, U.S. small businesses are impeded by government paperwork and bureaucratic red tape.
The Paycheck Protection Program has been vital to helping our small businesses and workers weather the coronavirus pandemic. Yet this program has operated with little oversight, and we’ve seen Kansas small businesses owners struggle to access relief while large corporations with deep pockets have no problem.
Small businesses are more nimble and innovative than large corporations, and as a result are much more likely to develop the breakthrough ideas we need for global competitiveness.
We need to even out the tax code for small businesses so that we lower their tax rate to 25 percent, just as we need to lower it for all businesses.
We cannot afford the EPA’s continued expansion of red tape that is slowing economic growth and threatening to entangle millions of small businesses.
We know that working with small businesses to create jobs will do more to help our economy than anything the Obama Administration has tried to do.
America’s small businesses and manufacturers are innovators ready to usher in a new wave of growth and opportunity if given access to foreign markets.
As a former small business owner, I recognize both the important role small businesses play in our economy and the broad universe of challenges that small business owners face in trying to make ends meet.
It is time that we take control and find a way to curtail the explosive costs of health care. Small businesses deserve a chance to channel these funds toward other needs, such as expanding and creating more jobs for the economy.
Small businesses have long been recognized as the economic engine for job growth, economic stability and preserving neighborhoods across Alabama and the nation.
Small businesses have suffered under the demands of Obamacare and community banks have scaled back lending due to stringent provisions of Dodd-Frank financial regulation.
I have a wealth of experience, not only as a senior executive in different departments in the city, but I’ve also, in my private practice life, helped small businesses, middle-market businesses really try to navigate the sometimes difficult world of city government.
The federal government has gone too far on many nonessential regulations that are harming small businesses. Employers are rightly concerned about the costs of these regulations – so they stop hiring, stop spending, and start saving for a bill from the federal government.
Wall Street apparently takes and then forgets, and then comes after the guns of law-abiding American citizens and small businesses.
In the Gulf region and nationwide, small businesses are an integral and crucial part of local economies and communities. They should not be overlooked.
There are a lot of studies about small businesses and how they make a difference in their community and create a lot of jobs and values. So we need to focus on small businesses or entrepreneurs who want to start manufacturing or making things.
The Federal Reserve needs to provide small businesses in America with the same low-interest loans it gave to foreign banks.
The tax code is weighted toward the ultra-wealthy and ultra-wealthy corporations and has created an offshore aristocracy of people who can afford to hire an army of accountants and lawyers. This shifts the tax burden to small businesses, entrepreneurs, and others.
The world is littered with the tales of small businesses in the dire straits of hiring that spent time and money they couldn’t afford to hire people who couldn’t perform.
We can have more jobs in small businesses if ‘Obamacare’ is eliminated.
Growing our economy means supporting our small businesses, and one straightforward way to do this is to help business owners with the cost of health insurance for their workers.
From day one, my quest has been to ensure the world knows Alabama is open for business. By removing burdensome regulations on small businesses we are sending that signal loud and clear.
A Brexit that works for Britain needs to work for small businesses and must ensure that our future trade deals don’t just work for big business.
Right now, every American is affected by high energy prices. Working families, small businesses and consumers across the country are feeling the pinch with no end in sight.
Politicians also have a love affair with the ‘small business exemption.’ Too much paperwork? Too heavy a burden? Not enough time? Just exempt small businesses from the rule. It sounds so pro-growth. Instead it’s an admission that the costs of a regulation just can’t be justified.
American workers need a common-sense plan to make small businesses and entrepreneurs competitive again – not simply more government spending.
I’ve built companies, I’ve created jobs, I know the frustration of small businesses with higher taxes.
You know Texas is – even more now that Enron has bit the dust – it’s held up on the back of small businesses.
We will not let government bureaucracy stand in the way of helping small businesses.
We’ve had this program for a number of years now, called 10,000 Small Businesses, where Goldman Sachs has convened a group of partners to basically give business education to small business owners.
I think it’s really important to realize that small businesses are often the portal for immigrants into the New York City economy.
In New Hampshire, we know that small businesses and entrepreneurs are the engines of economic growth in the 21st-century economy, and our state has long been defined by the entrepreneurial spirit of our people.
Small businesses are the heart of a thriving community and vital to the American economy, and there isn’t one in Georgia or across our country that hasn’t been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Since the dawn of Louisiana’s modern-era film program in 2002, we have played host to more than $6 billion in film and TV production. We’ve developed an infrastructure that supports thousands of jobs, boosts small businesses and communities statewide, and provides a powerful impact that we seek to retain.
John Bel Edwards
I mean it’s easy to have a website. It’s inexpensive to do so, and most of the small businesses have that, but to get access to hundreds of millions of customers is hard.
If you’re going to go increase taxes on small businesses, you’re going to slow down the extent to which we’re able to reduce unemployment. So I think it’s a serious mistake; the wrong time to raise taxes.
Washington has got to, across the board, lower taxes for small businesses so that our mom and pops can reinvest and hire people, so that our businesses can thrive.
The Death Tax destroys American jobs and cripples small businesses and family farms.
The Paycheck Protection Program created in the CARES Act did help many small businesses keep employees on their books in the early days of the pandemic. But many small firms are ailing now; the hospitality industry has been decimated; and state and local governments are shedding workers.
The American people want us to stop spending. And so let’s just give them some certainty. Let’s extend the tax – the existing tax cuts. And then let’s give some more tax breaks to small businesses and large. And then maybe the American people will have some confidence.
Big businesses have always had a lot more voice. They can afford advertising; they can afford marketing. But for small businesses, being able to quickly and cheaply connect to customers is a big deal.
The integrity of the federal procurement system needs to be protected so that the public has confidence in government contracts, and small businesses have every opportunity to compete.
For small businesses, regulatory burdens can be overwhelming.
Maryland needs someone in Congress who will fight to create jobs, stop out-of-control government spending and defend small businesses.
Andrew P. Harris
Obamacare won’t just bankrupt the country. It may bankrupt small businesses. It may bankrupt individuals.
Small business is crucial. I think we talk so much about large businesses, they’re well represented; they talk well for themselves. But most people work for small businesses; most wealth that stays in a community gets generated from them.
I’m a big advocate of the power of positive thinking, particularly for small businesses.
Small businesses have played an important role in fueling past economic recoveries.
The lack of available credit and loans is having a severe impact on small businesses in particular, but also their suppliers and the bigger companies too.
For small businesses in Kansas and across the country, the coronavirus has the potential to cause devastating financial hardship that would have a ripple effect throughout our economy. These businesses make up the backbone of our communities, and we have to ensure they are properly supported and protected.
We need to see many more people starting businesses and becoming their own boss, but the squeezed middle exists as much within this group as in the population at large as rising costs are hitting small businesses – who after all are consumers too.
Among our responsibilities is to make sure that 23 percent of all government contracts go to small businesses. That’s about $150 billion annually, from all the government agencies.
I’ve seen small businesses turn into terrible midsize or big ones because they let their desire to achieve some arbitrary metric get the best of them. Whatever is compromised as a result doesn’t matter anymore, as long as the company is growing.
The statistics for investing in small businesses are such that the vast majority fail.
Cash flow is a problem for a small and developing company, and the lack of it is the reason why many small businesses fail. Ensure that you have enough money in your bank account to make you able to carry out daily basic needs for your business.
The sooner we rein in the red tape factory in Washington, D.C., the sooner small businesses can get back to creating jobs and helping more Americans find an honest day’s work.
Time and time again, small businesses testify before the Committee on Small Business that they simply want the government to ‘get out of the way.’
I think it’s really important to realize that small businesses are often the portal for immigrants into the New York City economy. I think we have something like 40,000 small businesses that are immigrant-run in New York.
Hiking taxes on the so-called wealthy would help send us into a recession because so many small businesses report their income on individual tax returns. If taxes are raised, they will be less likely to be able to hire new workers and make new capital investments.
In order to help small businesses gain access to the credit and capital they need to run their business successfully, Congress must adopt policies that support functional capital markets without imposing undue restrictions on providers of debt and equity capital.
You know, I like to think that I will subscribe very much to the core Republican principles of small government. Making a small number of rules and getting out of the way. Keeping taxes low. Creating an environment for small businesses to grow and thrive.
This week I was proud to join with my colleagues to help pass two important, common-sense pieces of legislation that will limit the frivolous lawsuits by trial attorneys and personal injury lawyers that clog our courts and hurt our small businesses.
American Made is not just an event. It’s a movement to spotlight and support the next generation of creative entrepreneurs who are turning their passion for making into thriving small businesses.
As I’ve traveled around the country, it has surprised me how many times I’ve heard people in small businesses use that word ‘saved.’ I believe many small businesses would not have had access to credit and would not have survived without the $50 billion that we were able to put into the market.
As a member of the House Committee on Small Business and because of my own experience as a small business owner, I am appreciative of the impact these small businesses have on our local economies.
While other industries have suffered, the nonprofit arts world continues to build in strength while it encourages the growth of innumerable small businesses on its periphery, thereby creating more jobs.
Digital assets, including bitcoin, could save small businesses substantial transaction fees and provide an added layer of security to their payment processing.
Britain is a proud nation of entrepreneurs, and small businesses are the backbone of our economy.
Selling to small businesses and selling to enterprises take two very different approaches with two very different kinds of people.
Small businesses are a risky proposition, and most celebrities want a home run.
We’re facing headwinds from Europe. Europe doing the right things here to stabilize their situation is important to our small businesses, our workers, the middle class here, and overall economy.
Small businesses were slower than large businesses in adopting broadband. One of the reasons was they were concerned with putting their customer lists online or in the cloud.
I want to change history, do something important in my life, and influence individuals like we have with millions of small businesses on Alibaba. Then they love and respect you because you made their life important.
I have run two small businesses in Kansas, and I have seen how government can crush entrepreneurism. That’s why I ran for Congress. It just so happens that there are a lot of people in south central Kansas who agree with me on that.
When you create more small businesses, you create small entrepreneurship. Out of that comes self-determination and employment.
The TECH Careers Act will open the door for more Americans to have successful middle-class careers and help small businesses in Connecticut and across the country access a qualified pool of talented workers.
Small businesses are the backbone of our economy.
In October 2008, when the credit crunch hit, small businesses were really crushed by the lack of capital.
I do see women voters shifting to the Republican Party and doing so significantly. And the issue that’s doing this is the fear the federal government will prevail in making the Affordable Health Care Act permanent law and how that will hurt small businesses.
Cathy McMorris Rodgers
We owe it to American taxpayers to make sure that contracts intended for small businesses go to small businesses.
We need legislation that encourages increased competition and tort reform and combats fraud, waste, and abuse. This would drive down health care costs, provide more ‘bottom line’ for our small businesses and lead to more private sector job growth.
The Obama administration is not helping small businesses create jobs. In fact, it is responsible for the regulatory uncertainty nearly 50 percent of small-business owners cite as responsible for their lack of hiring.
I want to buy more property, start a couple of small businesses, and if my cousin wants to go to college, I want to put him through with ease.
It’s really Democrats who are fighting for working families and small businesses and trying to address the biggest problems that we have, which are huge disparities in incomes and wealth and money influencing the Democratic process.
Both my parents ran small businesses and it undoubtedly made me the person I am today because I’ve only ever known them work incredibly hard.
Small businesses provide 75 percent of new U.S. jobs and are the backbone of our economy, and no outdated ban should be keeping small business owners from collecting the same interest their money could earn if it were held by an individual.
It’s common sense to be for middle-class tax cuts and tax cuts on small businesses, to be for not allowing Medicare to be turned into voucher care.
Don’t punish small businesses with over-regulation.
We have to keep the momentum going in the economy. And we have to make sure that we give small businesses as much cash and liquidity as possible so they have the confidence to hire that next worker.
The majority of companies using BitPay to accept bitcoin are small businesses that are benefitting from lower transaction fees, faster service, and increased security for fraudulent transactions.
For those that are working part time, in small businesses, or who are unemployed and do not currently have health insurance, we want to make sure that you are covered.
For working-class families and small businesses… we have got to find ways to lower energy costs.
Regulatory mandates have a disproportionate effect on small businesses.
The death tax causes one-third of all family-owned small businesses to liquidate after the death of the owner. It is also an unfair tax because the assets have already been taxed once at their income level.
Republicans have been very successful. There are three things Americans don’t like: big unions, big government and big corporations. So Republicans go after big government and big unions, and only talk about small businesses.
I’ve started several small businesses myself and know that it is tough out there for the little guy in the global economy. I came to the conclusion that, oftentimes, the best thing the government can do for small business is to stay out of the way.
I’ve spent my whole life before coming to Congress as a Chamber of Commerce manager. What that means is you help start small businesses, help them grow in good times and bad.
The sweeping, unfocused cuts of sequestration are certain to have unintended negative consequences, including for America’s small businesses.
Legitimate small businesses are put at a huge competitive disadvantage when bad actors lie about their small business status and don’t play by the rules.
There’s only one thing you can do in bankruptcy: break your word, break your deals. It allows you to say to the small businesses, who have been catering lunches for you, ‘Sorry, we’re not paying you.’ It allows you to go to the workers and say, ‘Sorry, we’re not paying you.’
Small businesses are really the engine in the economy.
I believe the private sector and small businesses drive our economy, and that means the federal government should work to ensure the private sector is as robust as possible.
I haven’t checked this out yet, but one of our guys told me we have a counselor within 45 minutes to an hour of most small businesses in this country. That’s really powerful. I call it our bone structure.
I support raising the federal minimum wage. What I’ve said is I don’t want San Diego to be at a competitive disadvantage, particularly for our small businesses and our entrepreneurs to have one set of wages for San Diego and a different set of wages for surrounding cities.
At every turn, small businesses should be encouraged to compete. When they do, we all win.
Having more customers means nothing if America’s small businesses cannot obtain the required capital to support their exports in the competitive international markets.
The number of small businesses in the United States totals about 25 million. Because most of these have a local trading territory, relatively few advertise online. Online advertising reaches the masses of the Internet world, whether they are local or not.
In my experience, most small businesses are worried about the client fulfillment – ‘getting the Job done’ – and lead generation far more than they are in how the sales process flows.
Small businesses are seeing huge rate increases every year, and more and more of them are saying they just can’t afford to provide coverage. That’s part of the reason more than 45 million Americans are now uninsured.
Small businesses are the backbone of the American economy and employ almost half of the working population. Yet because of their size, they rarely have access to the same information security resources as large firms.
Private sector development and the creation of small businesses spur investment, jobs, opportunity, and hope. It empowers the market to meet local needs, whether for food, basic goods, or services.
If, if more stimulus means more tax cuts to small businesses, if, if more stimulus means middle class tax cuts, then I’m for it.
Small businesses no longer need to feel like a deer in the headlights when considering constructing or updating their Web sites. With ClickThings what you see is what you get, unlike some other competitive Web-based Website building tools.
When we connect our communities with pedestrian and bike trails, we provide a pathway for residents to enjoy local green spaces and invest in small businesses.
Trade agreements are important because they open up new marketplaces to small businesses, which ultimately translates into more jobs and greater economic growth.
Estimates show that small businesses contribute 60-80 percent of the net new jobs annually.
Having started and owned two small businesses, I know what a challenge it is to keep up with the rising costs of your employees’ healthcare premiums.
Obama wants to take the individual small business tax to 44 percent, and the corporate rate – he says – down to 28 percent or whatever. But that really damages the small businesses. And it doesn’t make us competitive. You got to take them both down to 20, because state and local corporate taxes are 5 percent.
Economic recovery begins with our small businesses.
Telephones are a virtual necessity – not a luxury – and the revenues collected by this tax flow into the general fund. But this once temporary tax remains and costs American taxpayers, our small businesses and families almost $6 billion dollars a year.
Small businesses are the economic drivers of our country, providing the stimulus our communities need.
President Obama’s policies have been categorical failures for our country. Unemployment is over nine percent, our deficits are growing, and small businesses are being burdened with regulations.
We are excited to see how PayPal’s global payment platform can help small businesses in Cuba thrive and grow by making it easier to connect to international markets.
In the past, there hasn’t been much reliable information about startups and small businesses available online. It’s information that’s really valuable, and it’s information that people want to share.
The president is 100 percent for extending the tax cuts for 98.7 percent of small businesses.
I would give relief from the first $10,000 of the payroll tax. I would allow small businesses to accelerate depreciation so they would have an incentive to buy now rather than defer. I would also give to the states $40 billion of relief.
We can lift standards of living for working families in this country. We can help small businesses create jobs. And we can have a beneficial impact on the economy as a whole if we do tax reform right.
Hispanic unemployment is higher than the national average and when the federal government is killing small businesses and killing jobs it is hurting the future of the Hispanic community and we need to carry that message.
Route 192 is its own thing, and you can’t find that anywhere else. The colors and shapes of the buildings, the way that all the small businesses in a way feed off of the parks and sort of rip off the themes of Disney – you’re not going to find that anywhere else.
At the end of drama school, I made a contract with myself: I’d try acting for five years. I was 26. I had already spent eight years working in restaurants and gas stations. So I had seen enough small businesses to understand that that’s what acting is: a small business.
We must get government out of the way and help foster an environment where small businesses are free to grow and create jobs.
I will be a tireless advocate for our District’s defense priorities including Sheppard Air Force Base, Pantex, Bell Helicopter, universities conducting important research, and countless small businesses that make up our defense industry.
At first, the only thing that I learned was to save. Then I learned about mutual fund, then later on direct stock investments. I also went into small businesses and even real estate.
Opening markets abroad through trade agreements is especially important for American small businesses and manufacturers to enhance growth and job creation.
Small businesses pay 18 percent more than big businesses for health care, the same health care, just because they’re small and they have too small a pool of risk.
My approach to public service is straightforward: I fight every day for New Jersey families, small businesses, veterans, and seniors and work to change the way business is done in Washington.
If people support independently owned small businesses in their community, they can make a difference.
The Postal Service is critical to our economy, our seniors and veterans who count on lifesaving medications, our small businesses that need to ship their products, and even to our democracy.
Let’s bring in Donald Trump. He wants to lower taxes across the board for individuals and large and small businesses, significantly reduce burdensome regulations, and unleash America’s energy resources.
The economic importance of small businesses in Mississippi has always been significant, and it’s well positioned to increase.
When we get government off the backs of our job creators, small businesses have a better chance of thriving. And when small businesses thrive, so does our economy.
Shutterstock has evolved from an image-based marketplace for small businesses to a much broader platform, with a large and expanding addressable market opportunity.
Our small businesses, those in healthcare and the sick should be the only priority of legislation regarding Coronavirus.
Jeff Van Drew
More and more Americans are asking about the price that we have to pay when Wal-Mart comes into a community, treats workers poorly, violates immigration laws and squashes small businesses.
This nation’s 23 million small businesses need a budget that reflects their value to the economy.
The majority of Americans receive health insurance coverage through their employers, but with rising health care costs, many small businesses can no longer afford to provide coverage for their employees.
The most important thing for small businesses is getting the economy back on its feet. That – the key driver of small business activity is demand for their product, and that is what we are trying to do, getting the economy back on its feet. That’s far more important than other factors.
Finally, the House is working to require a comprehensive federal review of IRS regulations with a follow-up report to Congress on possible actions to reduce the tax paperwork burden imposed on small businesses.
I am the candidate of tax cuts, repealing Obamacare, repealing Dodd-Frank, letting the markets work, coming up with patient-and-doctor-centered healthcare solutions instead of more big government – and just generally getting government off the backs of small businesses.
As Mayor, I will use my experience to make San Francisco a place where small businesses can thrive.
I’m fighting for small businesses. I’m not fighting for big oil. Don’t be confused. And there are thousands of businesses in this state that are at great risk. Meanwhile, the country keeps guzzling the oil, but we’re out of work down here. We need to get back to work to build this region, and we intend to do so.
If you want to have prosperity here, we really have to see our small businesses able to grow and compete around the world.
Simplifying the tax code and reducing administrative burdens will save small businesses money and time and let owners and employees focus less on paperwork and more on how to operate in this tough economy.
Small businesses all across this nation are tired of the uncertainty created by Washington.
The big corporations have a team of lawyers and accountants to help them. It’s the small businesses, the mom and pop shops, that get lost in the layers of red tape.
Small businesses are the backbone of our economy.
For African societies, no issue looms larger than employment. Only vibrant entrepreneurship and thriving small businesses can hope to provide the millions of jobs that are needed.
Small businesses play a big role in Louisiana’s economy, but many that do good work face hurdles that are beyond their control.
John Bel Edwards
A lot of young people just starting out unskilled, as all Americans do when they’re born here, come to this country, and so the business community is for immigration. Big businesses, small businesses, high-tech, low-tech, the communities of faith, and the Republican leadership.
Quite a few people have commented during the campaign that more help is required for small businesses. SMEs need support and encouragement in their early stages, and in Cambridge the links to the University and the huge pool of expertise here helps that.
I’ve introduced eight bills to fight for support for our small businesses and ensure we get funding to rebuild public housing – among other things.
One of the best programs that the federal government sponsors is the Small Business Innovation Research program, in which more than 2.5 percent of federal research and development funding at the largest agencies goes directly to small businesses.
Small businesses should have the same ability to reach customers as powerful corporations. A blogger should have the same ability to find an audience as a media conglomerate.
Countless families rely on child care providers to keep their families safe as they help grow their small businesses and work hard. Parents must have a safe place to send their children.
Most small businesses in this country today are taxed at the individual level as Corporation LLC. So whatever is cut out of those earnings is money taken out of capital for reinvestment for creating more jobs and opening up more locations.
The American people are happy to help small businesses grow, but paying fines for multi-millionaires, subsidizing bad behavior, should not be the responsibility of American taxpayers.