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2013 Small Business Exporting Survey

NSBA and its international trade arm, the Small Business Exporters Association (SBEA) today released the 2013 Small Business Exporting Survey. Among the key findings: more small businesses are exporting today than just three years ago; and there has been a marked increase among non-exporters who said they would be interested in starting to export their […]

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2013 Small Business Taxation Survey

NSBA today released the 2013 Small Business Taxation Survey which provides detailed insight on how small businesses are impacted by federal taxes, among the key findings: one-in-four report spending 120 hours or more per year on the administration of federal taxes.

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Small Business by the Numbers

NSBA has compiled some of the most timely and important facts about small business in our “Small Business by the Numbers” summary which provides quick data points and links to more detailed information on the role small business plays in the U.S. economy and some of the most significant challenges facing America’s small-business community.    

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2013 Workforce and Immigration Survey

NSBA today released its 2013 Workforce and Immigration Survey. Among the key findings: while only 17 percent employ immigrant workers, nearly half of respondents said they rely on highly-skilled workers with a STEM background, driving broad agreement that a new visa category ought to be created for highly-skilled workers.

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NSBA Report: Small Business Outlook Not Good

The National Small Business Association (NSBA) today released its 2012 Year-End Economic Report, a snapshot of how small businesses are faring today. The result: small-business owners are feeling less optimistic about the outlook of their own firms and the overall U.S. economy than they did this time last year.

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Small Business Endorses Tax Reform Principles

The National Small Business Association (NSBA) today released its Tax Reform Checklist, which includes nine key principles any serious tax reform proposal ought to include. The current U.S. tax code is wildly complex and inherently unfair to small business, with nearly half reporting they spend more than 80 hours every year on federal taxes alone. […]

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New Report: Wellness Programs Impact Bottom Line

Today, NSBA and Humana Inc., released a groundbreaking new report on wellness programs in small businesses which found that, while most small businesses don’t offer such programs, three of four that do report a positive impact on their bottom line.

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NSBA Economic Report: Small Business Confidence Drops

NSBA today released its Mid-Year Economic Report which shows small-business owners are less optimistic about the outlook of their own firms and the overall economy with 34 percent anticipating a recessionary economy in the coming year—the highest it’s been since December 2009.

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2012 Small Business Access to Capital Survey

According to a NSBA’s 2012 Small Business Access to Capital Survey, released today, cash flow issues continue to plague a significant number of America’s small businesses, with nearly half (43 percent) reporting that they needed funds at one point in the last four years and were unable to find any willing sources.

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The Politics of Small Business

The National Small Business Association (NSBA) today released The Politics of Small Business, a survey which evaluated the opinions of small-business owners on topics ranging from Congress’ understanding of small business to which party best represents small-business issues. Conducted among more than 650 small businesses nationwide, the survey shows that, while the respondent’s political persuasion […]

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