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To help entrepreneurs gain access to capital tostart an LLC, the CEO of the nation’s credit union association is calling on the U.S. Congress to allow credit unions to do more small business lending. Credit unions are currently capped by federal law from lending more than 12.25 percent of their assets to small businesses, writes […]
It seems that those involved in small businesses across the country aren’t content with juststarting an LLC or forming a company. Some are looking to also start a career in government. The National Federation of Independent Business interviewed more than 200 candidates and found that the next Congress and state legislatures could have more small business owners […]
A new study from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation says that lawmakers looking to encourage business formation should work to streamline the process of business creation instead of focusing down the line. According to the study, while entrepreneurs are willing to take risks in order to receive a significant return, they are also more conservative […]
As an entrepreneur or small business owner, there’s always something more to learn. We’ve compiled a list of workshops, seminars, and trainings to help you.
Incfile is teaming up with Grasshopper for their latest fireside chat event: “Creating a Business That Makes You Money.” This live, online event will bring together a panel of small business owners and experts on Wednesday, February 10, at 2 pm EST, to discuss concepts like: Evaluating your business idea Conducting the right kind of […]
The California Secretary of State’s office has learned that official-looking emails are being sent to Californians promising them fraud compensation awards from the state government. These emails may be a phishing scam sent by sophisticated identity thieves trying to obtain personal information to access your financial accounts, obtain credit cards in your name, or commit […]