With Congress back in full swing, it’s time for our government officials to get serious about tackling small business issues.
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Gillibrand has been pressing the issue for years. In April 2015 in Troy, Gillibrand cited a different poll conducted by the Small Business Majority, which found 6 in 10 entrepreneurs in New York state supported a publicly administered family and medical leave program.
I was disappointed to see the editorial cheering the case against the CalSavers program.
As a small business owner, I can tell you this program is welcome in our community. For us, CalSavers is the only way we can afford a retirement program for our employees.
Small businesses have created two-thirds of new private sector jobs since the 2008 recession. Like home ownership, entrepreneurship is an important tool to build wealth for under-resourced households and communities.
Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) convened a U.S. Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee Field Hearing in Chicago today to highlight the barriers faced by small business owners of color and women entrepreneurs.
As the founder of Herosmyth, a digital marketing agency for small businesses, I’m very familiar with the struggles small businesses face when trying to keep talented employees in this competitive environment without a comprehensive benefits package.
The Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll found that about two-thirds of voters supported the idea of allowing people to buy into Medicare.
The caucus is supported by the Center for American Entrepreneurship (CAE), Economic Innovation Group (EIG), the U.S.
With Congress reconvening this month, it’s time for our government officials to get serious about tackling small business issues. Small business owners like me are often used as a talking point for officials, but the reality is most are out of touch with our needs.
Today, 520 state and national community-based groups called on the three federal bank regulatory agencies that implement the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) to not include a one-ratio metric in the upcoming proposed CRA rule change.