Many small business owners have found that upgrading technology has improved business practices and is driving company success.
Interest rates are increasing rapidly, worrying many small business owners and forcing them to reevaluate their financial situations.
Employees continue to feel more secure in their jobs, and are optimistic about the future of their current employers’ business.
A new Nielsen report has found consumer confidence is increasing in many countries around the world, including the United States.
A new survey found that 25 percent of small business owners don’t know how to comply with upcoming employer healthcare mandates.
Small business lending increased by 10.4 percent in 2012, but the overall size of the loans is on the decline. Small businesses in need of financing should consult National Funding for a merchant cash advance.
The NFIB reported another drop in hiring in June, which may be due to declining sales and uncertainty over the future of the economy. Small business owners having a difficult time making ends meet should seek out a merchant cash advance or small business loan from an alternative lender, like National Funding.
The NFIB’s monthly Small Business Optimism Index dropped slightly in June, as business owners report weak demand as a reason for economic uncertainty.
Years after the economy crashed, small business owners are still finding it difficult to get approved for a loan. Even small and mid-sized financial institutions are hesitant to approve small business loans. Alternative lenders can help secure working capital or cash advances.
A new survey found small business owners are wary of health care reform costs, and have frozen hiring plans.