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Monday, September 20, 2010
Posted by Molly Nelson - Late last week, the Senate passed legislation to cut taxes and ease credit for small businesses. The measure will go next to the House for a final approval before President Obama will sign it. If you have questions about the legislation, register here to listen in to a conference call about the bill with experts from the NASE and the Small Business Majority.

If you're planning on passing on your small business to your children, be sure to follow OPEN Forum's advice for a smooth transition. And, the New York Times shares creative ways for small businesses to continue charitable contributions despite the economic downturn.


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