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Small Business Want Gov Help

According to Forbes, recent research shows that small businesses want the government to help them more. 

As the world’s economy continues to be affected by a global recession, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) face many challenges in staying afloat. Research reveals they are increasingly worried about the impact of the recession, with many being forced to lay off workers, reduce wages or even close down completely.


Trends for Small Business

According to Entreprenuer, there are several new trends small business owners should be aware of.

The beginning of a new year often comes with a laundry list of goals and to-dos, which can quickly become overwhelming if you try to tackle too much, too fast


Small Business Grants

Several cities have launched new grant programs aimed at helping small businesses, reports Small Business Trends. 

Small business grants can help entrepreneurs overcome a variety of challenges, from construction to economic hardships


More Retirement Options for Small Business

Small business rule changes allow more businesses to offer more employees retirement plans, reports Morningstar.

Small businesses -- and the people they employ -- got a boon from new retirement rules that could make it easier and more cost-effective for such companies to offer retirement plans and ultimately help narrow the gap in retirement savings at smaller firms. 


Protecting Small Business Assets

According to the Press Democrate, businesses can take steps to protect their assets in time of economic uncertainty. 

Inflation and looming recession worries are only a handful of concerns small business owners have going into the new year.


Covid Loan Payments Hamper Business

Some businesses that didn’t qualify for Covid loan forgiveness are just starting to see the impact of having to pay loans back, reports CNN.

At Teddy & The Bully Bar restaurant near downtown Washington, DC, business has never been the same since the pandemic hit.


Avoiding Startup Mistakes

There are several mistakes to avoid when starting a new business, reports Motley Fool.

When you're starting a new business, there's a lot to consider. You want to make sure you set your company up for success, which means trying to avoid mistakes that could cost you money or make it harder for your small business to thrive.


Small Business Anticipate Recession

A small business survey finds that over 60% believe that there will be a recession, reports CBIA.

Nearly two-thirds of small businesses and midsize firms anticipate a recession in 2023, with many reevaluating their approaches to prepare, according to a new survey.


Grants for Small Businesses

According to Small Business Trends, there are still several grants available for small businesses.

There are a number of different issues small businesses deal with on a daily basis. From finances to hiring, structural improvement, and much more.


Small Business Deductions

According to Entreprenuer, small business owners might want to check to see if their business qualifies for these deductions. 

While there are other benefits, one of the most important reasons you're in business is to make money.


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