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Small businesses see 'mixed bag' from Trump so far — but they're hopeful (CNBC)

Main Street sentiment has soared in the wake of the election of Donald Trump on hopes that the Washington outsider will usher in an era of business-friendly policies to bolster the economy.

Apr 26, 2017

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10 Low-Hanging Fruit Ideas to Skyrocket Your Earnings This Year (Forbes)

According to data collected from CB Insights, 29% of startups fail because of a cash flow crunch. It ranked as number two on the list of reasons why businesses fail, right below “lack of market need for a product or service.”

Apr 15, 2017

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7 Tax Facts Entrepreneurs Need to Know Before Filing This Year (Entrepreneur)

As the Tuesday, April 18th tax-filing deadline looms ahead, you probably have already started to gather all of your necessary tax documents and are likely spending your afternoons organizing them into neat piles of paperwork. This may include business receipts to W-2 forms, investment statements, student loan documents and other important, personalized financial documents necessary for filing a complete and accurate 2016 tax return.

Mar 26, 2017

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Small-business groups glad to see mandates go in GOP health care plan (CNBC)

House Republicans released a plan Monday evening to replace the Affordable Care Act, which eliminates a key provision in that law: The employer mandate. The mandate requires businesses with at least 50 or more full-time employees to offer workers insurance or face penalties for failing to comply. The GOP plan, called the American Health Care Act, eliminates a similar rule for individuals that requires them to seek coverage or face fines.

Mar 07, 2017

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Obamacare coverage freed her to start a business. Now she’s worried about repeal. (Miami Herald)

With two daughters heading to college, Suzanne Boyd was ready to take her fledgling business to the next level and make it her full-time career. Boyd had run a special-events business for years on a part-time schedule that fit around her other responsibilities — driving the kids to and from school, helping them with homework, preparing meals and keeping up the family home in Cooper City.

Mar 02, 2017

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