Tag: small business
A recent study on the state of financing for small businesses show that as much as 82% of U.S. small businesses have their loan applications denied when they apply to a bank.
The plight of many small business owners is figuring out how they are going to expand their marketing effort without impacting the bottom line too heavily.
A local area network is something that’s important for small business to focus on, regarding security and protection against vulnerabilities.
The Virginia Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity is hosting Entrepreneur Express: Moving your Business Forward.
Bipartisan, bicameral legislation would reduce duplicative filing costs for small businesses looking to offer retirement plans.
Senator Jeremy McPike’s bill to provide optional bonding for Class A and B contractors passed the Virginia Senate.
Treasury released a report with new data on sources of health insurance coverage for small business owners and self-employed workers.
Sens. Mark Warner and Susan Collins have introduced a bill to reduce filing costs for small business looking to offer retirement plans.
Anne Holton and Norfolk Mayor Kenny Alexanderhighlighted Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine’s new plan for small businesses.
Vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine held a roundtable with local small business leaders in Lakewood, Colo.
Hillary Clinton is proposing a package of reforms and innovations to jumpstart small business startups, and strengthen small business growth.
Meetings are an essential part of getting business done and moving on with decision making for your business.
As we well know, small businesses are the backbone of our economy, and the ability for these entities to access private capital is imperative.
There are a lot of things that you need to consider in order to prepare your business for success in the present.
The House Financial Services Committee recently passed the Investment Advisers Modernization Act of 2016 with a bipartisan vote of 47-12.
Congressman Robert Hurt (R-Virginia has introduced the Investment Advisers Modernization Act of 2016 (H.R. 5424).
For those businesses that still don’t have an established online presence, the idea of catching up can be daunting.
Waynesboro City Council has proclaimed May as Business Appreciation Month. Only if the City Council actually would appreciate business.
At a time when our economy is struggling, Congress must do everything possible to help small business achieve success.
A new $1 million program will assist small businesses in improving the occupational and technical skills of their workers.
This past week the Financial Services Committee held our first legislative mark-up of the year, approving 10 bills to reduce regulatory burdens on our Main Street businesses.
Grow Waynesboro is partnering with the Shenandoah Valley Small Business Development Center to provide free business training.
My name is Cole Scrogham and I am a small business owner in Augusta County, providing consulting and management services to Motorsport companies all over the US and Europe,
Your small business offers the best products, services, both, of anybody in your market. But if people don’t know your name, they’re not going to know to call, email, etc., to find out what you have.
Congressman Robert Hurt (R-Virginia) released a statement after the House passed the Protecting Affordable Coverage for Employees Act, which would maintain the definition of small employer as those with 50 or fewer employees.
The issue of 1099 reporting is one topic that seems to be too often overlooked. It is the business owner’s responsibility to comply with the 1099 rules, and more than likely almost every business has at least one 1099 that should be issued.
Aren’t we all looking for the secret to getting new business – new customers, new clients? I can let you in on the secret. You’re not going to like it. It involves work – hard work, and smart work.